People we like to support

Global Butterflies often collaborates with other organisations and individuals to bring trans & non-binary issues to the surface.  From charities to registered mental health practitioners, we like to join up with others when we can.  Some of the organisations that we’ve collaborated with and admire include:

Aspiring Solicitors

Aspiring Solicitors was set up in 2013 by Chris White whilst he was an associate at Norton Rose Fulbright. The primary aim of Aspiring Solicitors is to increase diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.

They work with law firms and legal teams across the UK to provide events, coaching and mentoring, competitions, employability assistance and access to the legal profession. Since 2014, their diverse members have been offered over 3500+ training contracts and vacation schemes.

You can find out more here

Henpicked

Menopause in the Workplace make it easy for you to get everyone talking about menopause at work. They’ve supported hundreds of leading organisations create and deliver sustainable cultural change, helping you create a menopause-friendly workplace.

They provide everything you need, from best practice policies and guidance to training – in person, online, eLearning and video.

For more information, visit their website here

LGBT Great

LGBT Great is a specialist membership organisation focused on measuring and improving LGBT+ diversity and inclusion maturity within the investment and savings industry through insights, visibility and outreach programs.

Their vision is a global investment and savings industry which understands, supports and promotes LGBT+ diversity and inclusion. They believe that recognisable and measurable progress can be achieved across the industry by providing a model that is fit for purpose.

The programme is also developing metrics to track and monitor progress.

You can find out more here

Focal Point Training and Consultancy

Focal Point Training work with organisations to create respectful, inclusive working environments, by helping people gain clarity on where the lines are between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour.

For example, when does “a bit of harmless banter” tip into something that is not OK?

Most people are unaware of the effect that jokes and comments can have when they cross the line, but the impact can be hugely damaging for individuals, making people feel excluded, singled out and ground down.

By addressing these “grey” areas of behaviour, we can all make a real difference to team culture and the individual experience of working in an organisation.

You can find out more here

myGwork

myGwork is the business community for LGBT+ professionals, graduates, inclusive employers and anyone who believes in workplace equality.

We want to empower the LGBT+ community by offering our individual members a safe space where they can connect with inclusive employers, find jobs, mentors, professional events and news.

myGwork is an Award Winning Company. Its founders won the Attitude Award Young LGBT+ Entrepreneur of the Year and the organisation was listed in the Top 5 startup with Pride by Geek Times

You can find out more here

GiveOut

GiveOut is an award-winning UK-based charity raising funds for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) human rights activism worldwide.

They ensure that activists and their organisations have more of the resources they need to defend their communities and campaign for change by growing philanthropy in the UK. They provide activists with resources, not strategies, to support them in using their own expertise to effect change.

You can find out more here

The Consent Collective

The Consent Collective are subject-area specialists that help organisations and communities talk about gender, consent, and sexual harassment. They are passionate about creating sensitive, engaging and impactful ways to educate and support people on these topics and can help your organisation with prevention, reporting, investigation, and supporting people living with the impact of sexual harm.

Steered by Founder, Dr Nina Burrowes, this collective of experts, activists, and performers use their skills to help organisations on this journey.

You can find out more here

Quidnunc

Develops people to grow companies, enabling additional business growth through the development of Partners, Senior Associates, Executives and their teams across these four pillars:

People development
Business growth
Communication
Leadership Behaviour index

In our ‘always on’ working world it is important to stand out by being seen and heard, by building your reputation and extending your reach. 

You can find out more here

Samantha Carbon 

Samantha Carbon is a trained and registered psychotherapist, who works with individuals who have experienced myriad mental health related conditions including depression, anxiety, stress, and loss. She has done a lot of work in the trans* space, and helps people with gender dysphoria. She is passionate about supporting trans* people and their families to be their true selves and to thrive.

You can find our more here

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