Global Butterflies Donates To Good Causes

Here are some of our recent donations:


GiveOut is an award-winning charity working to grow giving to support the global struggle for LGBTQI rights.

Courageous activists are doing vital work to protect and improve the lives of LGBTQI people, but they are under-resourced. 

GiveOut works to address this problem by enabling individuals and businesses to give in one place to support LGBTQI activism worldwide.

The charity distributes these pooled donations as grants to activist-led organisations around the world, ensuring they have more of the resources they need to defend their communities and campaign for equality.

You can find out more here

Emerald 50 Fund

The Emerald 50 Fund has been established to support LGBTQI activism in Southern Africa. The Fund is managed by GiveOut and sponsored by Steve Wardlaw and his company Emerald Life, a UK insurance provider offering equality of experience for diverse customers including the LGBTQI community and women. .

You can find out more here


OutRight Action International fights for human rights for LGBTIQ people everywhere. OutRight works at the international, regional and national levels to research, document, defend, and advance human rights for LGBTIQ people around the world.

You can find out more here

Sail NI

Sail NI is a support organisation for the families of transgender and gender variant people in Northern Ireland. 

They directly support families across the region, as well as advocating for trans people and their families at a regional, national and European level. 

If your family member is exploring their gender, or is transgender, and you need support, please get in touch. You’re far from alone, and there is a lot of support available for you. 

You can find out more here 


Mermaids is a charity which works with children, young people, and their families to achieve a happier life. They are strong advocates and campaigners for the recognition of gender dysphoria in children and tirelessly lobby for changes to the support that is available to young people.

You can find out more here

Trafford Veterans

Trafford Veterans was formed in 2015 by two veterans from HM Armed Forces and Emergency Services. In the beginning, we attended local community events, to raise awareness and also visited groups to give short presentations on who we are and how we could help individuals within Trafford. 

You can find out more here

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