The support we receive from charitable trusts, foundations and institutional funders is crucial in the work we’re doing to support and empower modern slavery survivors. Many of our community projects, including the Moving On Project, have only been possible thanks to the generous support of grant-making organisations.
There are many opportunities for potential funders to join us in bringing about positive change for survivors, whether that’s through supporting our core activities or working with us on new and innovative projects. Our direct services for people experiencing modern slavery are based in seven locations across England.
Your donation can make a real impact on the lives of men, women and dependent children affected by modern slavery by:
Moving On Project, Swindon – funded by National Lottery Community Fund
The National Lottery Community Fund is generously supporting our Moving On Project in Swindon, helping women affected by or vulnerable to modern slavery in Swindon move forward with their lives. The project provides professional support and advocacy, alongside a range of wellbeing activities, to help women who may be in crisis situations overcome the barriers they face and connect with their local communities.
Sister Ann Teresa Bursary Fund – Canonesses of St Augustine
The Canonesses of St Augustine is generously supporting our Sister Ann Teresa Bursary Fund, which provides financial assistance to help meet education and training costs for modern slavery survivors. This can be by helping with the cost of the course, buying the equipment and tools needed to attend, or as a contribution to the associated childcare or travel costs.