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Jenny is a trustee of the CF Trust, having been a supporter since discovering her family was affected by Cystic Fibrosis.

In her capacity as a Celebrity Ambassador, Jenny works with Action for Children (formerly NCH) raising awareness and funds to help vulnerable young people.

Jenny became a patron when Ovacome was formed.

Jenny is patron of Graeae: a disabled-led theatre company that profiles the skills of actors, writers and directors with physical and sensory impairments. The artistic approach creates aesthetically accessible productions that include a disabled and non-disabled audience. Graeae is the leading British company in its field, and has been led by Jenny Sealey, Artistic Director, since 1997.

The Shakespeare Schools Foundation (SSF) charity is the largest youth drama festival in the UK and Jenny is one of its patrons. Since its inception in 2000, with just 8 schools, it has put 75,000 young people on the stage.

As a patron of the Campaign for Better Transport (formerly Transport 2000), Jenny campaigns for a sustainable transport system and a better environment.

Check out “Jenny on car use“.

Jenny is a Patron of the St Giles Trust.

Jenny is a supporter of Theatre Peckham, a registered charity

In 2005 Jenny was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Bradford.

Jenny is a life member and active supporter of the Edith Nesbit Society, having been heavily involved in four productions of The Railway Children as Roberta (twice), Mother and Narrator.

Jenny is a fellow of the RSA.