See the list below for information about our existing partners.


Pinsent Masons
Sponsored for our report on female consumer engagement in financial products and was an event partner for the 2018 centenary celebrations.

Hogan Lovells
Sponsored research for Fawcett’s powerful briefing on the impact of the #MeToo movement and the prevalence of sexual harassment in the UK.

Starling Bank
Starling Bank sponsored research on the changing roles, behaviours and attitudes of male-female partners in the context of financial decision-making within the home.

Cause-related marketing

Tatty Devine 
Leading female-owned jewellers Tatty Devine, are delighted to relaunch their third charitable collection inspired by key messages within the feminist movement. £3 per piece will be donated to the Fawcett Society. Find your favourite feminist piece and use it as your rallying call! 

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A (vegan) 5-blade razor, specifically designed for those who believe that the hair removal process should be a pain-free affair on the skin, the wallet and for the planet. 1% of sales are donated to the Fawcett Society.

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Poptivism’s specially designed Fawcett Society PopGrips keep your mobile safely in your hands. 50% of sales go to the Fawcett Society. It's activism at your fingertips.

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Plinth collaborated with Gillian and designer Bella Freud to launch a range of merchandise inspired by Millicent Fawcett’s message and the ongoing fight for equality. A portion of the proceeds is donated to the Fawcett Society.

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Refashion sells unwanted clothes to raise money for charities. Donate your unwanted clothes and select Fawcett as your chosen charity.

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Oasthaus Studio
Oasthaus is a small Kent-based design brand, using design to support some hugely important causes. Their first collection comprises of four vegan totes bags, including one dedicated to Fawcett. Each £15 bag generates a £6 (40%) donation to Fawcett.

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