Refined Marketing nominates Sefton Women’s and Children Aid as its charity for 2022

Refined Marketing is proud to nominate our 2022 charity partner, Sefton Women’s and Children aid (SWACA).

Supporting Sefton’s women, young people, and children since 1974. Today, the Charity prides itself on providing a professional, holistic service to more than 1,500 families each year. The service includes residential support, advocacy, advice, structured work programs, parenting support and therapeutic support on a one-to-one, family, or group basis.

When we spoke to representatives of SWACA we were overwhelmed with the rooted problem of domestic abuse, – the data presented showed high numbers of individuals and families in life-risking situations.

Charity of the year

Nominated as our ‘Charity of the year’, Refined Marketing has pledged meaningful services and consultative marketing support that will make an impact to raise awareness of the great work that SWACA does and whom they support.

Our team has spent time with the business team and the CEO of SWACA, mapping out what support we can pledge to make a difference. We are looking forward to creating meaningful campaigns that will change lives.‘ Refined Marketing

“This is a fantastic partnership opportunity for SWACA, and we are extremely grateful to Refined Marketing for their invaluable support. SWACA continues to experience high demand for services due to the prevalence of domestic abuse, and the support from Refined Marketing will strengthen our reach.” Neil Frackelton, CEO of Sefton Women’s and Children’s Aid.

To find out about SWACA and how you can support go to


Refined Marketing is a marketing agency based in West Lancashire. We specialise in all aspects of Graphic Design, Copywriting, Digital Marketing, and Brand Photography for startups and small businesses.

Our team appreciates that startups and small businesses are limited to highly skilled marketing professionals due to budget restraints- which is why our agency is set up to give your business access to these services locally.

News item also published with Lancashire Business View