Partnerships & Affiliations

Part of the key strategy of any environmental organisation is the understanding that the climate crisis will never be solved by any one organisation. Collaboration, teamwork, and partnerships are all necessary to forge an alliance.

As is held in our name, the EAP honours that understanding. Below are some of the great organisations and groups we are proud to be a part of in the effort to tackle climate change. 

The EAP are proud to be a member of the Social Enterprise community. To be apart of their membership is to hold the values of a business that operates in a ‘for good’ capacity, demonstrating a commitment to making the world a better place through either environmental or social justice commitments.

We have been a member since 2022, and we will continue to hold ourselves accountable to the high standards expected by their values.

We are in a climate, ocean, biodiversity and animal crisis, but the solutions are right before our eyes. We need to phase out fossil fuels and transition to a plant-based diet. Action is required at all levels, from individuals, to business, and government.

By endorsing the Plant-Based Treaty, we are joining thousands of other likeminded businesses, organisations, charities and individuals that are making the world a greener place.

A founding member of this coalition, Stuart was proud to have co-convened one of the original events with this group of climate-positive organisations in Winchester’s first Youth-Led Climate Assembly and more recently, the Winchester District Citizens’ Climate Assembly.

Held under the umbrella of the Winchester Action on the Climate Crisis (WinACC) charity, it holds regular tactical meetings and helps get Winchester and the surrounding parish councils on track to meet the climate targets desperately needed for tackling climate change.

Convened by Dr Simon Boxley at the University of Winchester, we are pleased to be a Collaborative member of the centre, working closely with the extended affiliate staff members to help create transformational, sustainable communities in Winchester.

“The Centre for Climate Change Action & Education is an interdisciplinary research and knowledge exchange centre, aiming to be a catalyst for action to defend, conserve and heal Earth systems.”

Awards & Investments

As a CIC, the EAP are committed to an ethical business practice. Because of this, we will only take funding from ethical sources and investors with a green mindset committed to changing the world for the better. We believe in people over profit, environment over exploitation, and most of all, we maintain a planet-first mentality.

Below is an evergrowing list of Businesses, Higher Education Institutes and individuals who believe in our mission. If you are interested in getting involved, please register your interest below:

Lush Charity Pot

The EAP were awarded £4000 to help develop their website, and have since launched their new platform in February 2023. The Lush Charity Pot supports positive change in the areas of animal protection, environment, and human rights (including social justice, peace, and equality) by allocating grants ranging from £100 to a maximum of £10,000 per project, with the average project receiving between £2000 – £4,000. Priority is given to projects that focus on creating long-term change by addressing the root causes of issues.

For more information about the grant, visit:

Enterprise Funding Grant

Enterprise Futures is the University of Winchester’s entrepreneurship support service for students and graduates. The Student Enterprise Support Fund was pulled together with the use of Higher Education Innovation Funding from UK Research and Innovation. The fund was designed to support students who demonstrated a strong entrepreneurial mindset and an idea that could make a difference.

If you have any questions about the fund, please email: