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Nominations closing soon for valuable charity donations


I hope all is well with you and wishing you a Happy New Year.

Public nominations for the valuable SEIB Giving 2023 are set to close soon. SEIB Giving will this year see a total of £60,600 given to good causes. The recipient charities are decided by these initial public nominations and then a round of voting by SEIB customers for the good causes receiving the most nominations. 

We are encouraging the public to nominate their favourite charity - or good cause - at before the 16th January at 5pm when nominations for 2023 will close. 

It would be great if you are able to please share this to give as many charities as possible the chance of being in the running for a share of the £60,600 that SEIB will give. 

Please find a link to an image here from a previous recipient of a donation from SEIB Giving - The South Essex Wildlife Hospital - South Essex Wildlife 

Further information is attached and please do let me know if you have any queries or would like further information. 

With best wishes

Kind regards 


Jenny Viner Communications 
T - 07766 731164 


SEIB Insurance Brokers - Press Release

For immediate release - 5thJanuary 2023


Nominate your favourite charity for the chance of a share of £60,600 courtesy of SEIB Insurance Brokers


SEIB Giving will see £60,600 given to good causes at the sixth annual running of the SEIB Insurance Brokers Awards in July 2023. The public are invited to put forward their favourite charity for a share of the £60,600. Nominations are open now will close on the 16thJanuary at 5pm. In recent years, SEIB has helped the causes that mean the most to their loyal clients to the tune of £250,000.

In 2023, SEIB Giving will result in one winning charity receivinga grant of £15,060 at the SEIB Awards, a small charity with a turnover of under £100,000 will receive £12,060 and the remaining £33,480 will go to eight runners-up. All winning charities and not-for-profit organisations will be nominated by the general public and then voted for by customers of SEIB. The donations will be presented at the SEIB Awards which will be held in the summer of 2023. 

SEIB Chief Executive Officer Suzy Middleton explained: "During these economically challenging times I am delighted that we are able to get much needed funds to the causes that really matter to our loyal customers. It only takes a moment to nominate a favourite charity and these funds will make a difference to some of those that are really struggling."

No charity is too small to be in the running for SEIB Giving 2023, but turnover for charities or not-for-profit organisations nominated for SEIB Giving is capped at £10m. All charities and not-for-profit organisations will need to be registered, have a year of published accounts and operate in the UK. SEIB's ethos is one of constant support and providing opportunity.

Always known for ‘putting something back', SEIB is a commercial business with a charitable purpose. The company insures numerous charities and not for profit organisations. SEIB is an independent broker but is ultimately owned by a charity.

To find out more and to nominate your favourite charity before the 16th January at 5pm please visit:


Photo:  Suzy Middleton SEIB CEO, Rita Bajaaj Benefact Group Non-Executive Director and Bipin Thaker SEIB COO present the 2022 SEIB Giving top donation to Roly Owers CEO of leading equine welfare charity, World Horse Welfare. C Trevor Meeks.

For further press information please contact Jenny Viner at or call 07766 731164.

Editors notes:

The £60,600 donated by SEIB at the 2023 SEIB Giving Awards will go to several good causes as nominated by the general public and voted for by SEIB customers.

Nominations for the general public to put forward their preferred charity for the SEIB Charity Awards 2023 are open at until 5pm on the 16th January 2023.


More information about SEIB Insurance Brokers:

  • Barry Fehler founded SEIB as a 17-year-old in 1963. He created his own insurance for one of his very successful show horses, found a company to underwrite it, and everything began from there.
  • SEIB Insurance Brokers have been owned since 2008 by Ecclesiastical Insurance Office Plc, now known as the Benefact Group.
  • SEIB Insurance Brokers are a national company that have insured charities for decades. Giving is embedded in the culture of SEIB and the company has always been committed to supporting good causes.
  • SEIB Insurance Brokers are general brokers but tend to specialise in various markets such as equine, funeral, private hire and charity.



About Benefact Group

  • ​​Benefact Group is an independent, specialist financial services group that exists to give all its available profits to charity.
  • Owned by a registered charity, Benefact Trust, Benefact Group's family of businesses provide specialist insurance, investment management and broking and advisory services in the UK, Australia, Canada and Ireland.
  • Benefact Group is the fourth-largest corporate donor to charity in the UK, according to the UK Guide to Company Giving 2021/22. It has donated over £100m to charity since 2016 and is aiming to reach its target of giving £250m by 2025.
  • Many businesses say they are different. Benefact Group really is. Find out why 
  • The Benefact Group family of brands includes:
    • Ecclesiastical UK
    • Ecclesiastical Canada
    • Ecclesiastical Ireland
    • Ansvar UK
    • Ansvar Australia
    • EdenTree Investment Management
    • SEIB Insurance Brokers
    • Ecclesiastical Financial Advisory Services 
    • Ecclesiastical Planning Services Ltd
    • Lycetts Insurance Brokers 
    • Lycetts Financial Services
    • Lloyd & Whyte

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