EVE supports many charities and causes including (but not limited to) the following:
The Outside Project are LGBTIQ+ colleagues, friends and activists who work in the Homeless sector and have lived experience of homelessness and the unique, complex issues the LGBTIQ+ community face. They volunteered to launch the UK’s first LGBTIQ+ Crisis/Homeless Shelter and Community Centre. They launched publicly at London Pride 2017, campaigning alongside the passionate & talented LGBTIQ+ community of activists & artists.
Turn2Me provides a 3 tiered approach to supporting mental well-being – Self Help, Peer Support and Professional Support. Remain anonymous, express yourself and share your experiences without fear of recognition or judgement.
Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Mind campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
Nobody should face a mental health problem alone. Mind need your help so they can be there – on the other end of the phone, in local communities and campaigning hard for better services and support.
From a monthly donation, to running a marathon, to a gift in your Will, there are so many different ways you can make a difference.
Bloody Good Period aims to create a sustainable flow (pun intended) of sanitary protection for those who can’t afford to buy them.
Pads and tampons are not cheap, but for anyone with a period, they are an absolute necessity. It is absurd that they are not free for those who need them. Many living in poverty resort to using toilet paper, old scraps of fabric or nothing at all.
Bloody Good Period takes the financial burden out of the most annoying time of the month by providing supplies to those who need them
Survivors’ Network is the Rape Crisis Centre for Sussex, based in Brighton. Survivors are involved at every level of their organisation and the service they provide. Survivors’ Network strives to create an accepting, listening, safe, non-judgemental environment which seeks to validate and understand the survivors’ experiences Along with supporting survivors they work to raise awareness of sexual violence.