We exist to fight the cycle of human trafficking in the UK by equipping and supporting the Church to host survivors in order to rebuild their dignity and restore their lives.
To fight the cycle of human trafficking in the UK by preventing survivor homelessness and re-trafficking. Every survivor in the UK to be offered a place with Hope at Home hosts. Providing survivors with the opportunity to lead healthy, resilient, independent lives and able to bring hope to others.
Hope at Home is a national charity dedicated to supporting, equipping and facilitating Christian individuals and Churches to host survivors of modern day slavery and human trafficking. Survivors of modern day slavery and human trafficking need stable and supportive homes. We believe Church communities have the necessary resources, compassion and family-style relationships to those needing a fresh start and would otherwise be destitute, alone and vulnerable to re-trafficking. The church is also ideally placed to offer support to hosts. Our aims are to train and equip hosts and the Church to care for survivors, giving them the time and support required for building independent, resilient lives for themselves. Hope at Home carries good news, restoration and dignity in its foundations. The opportunity for a safe, fresh start coupled with the support and consistent care from their hosts is great news for people who have endured horrific trauma and injustice. This is also the call of the Church – to care for the broken and see the lonely placed in families. We are committed to working in partnerships with churches, voluntary and statutory agencies, local authorities and other organisations to achieve our aims. Whilst Hope at Home is focused on the Christian church, our intention is that our work will benefit those of all faiths and none.
We strive to be professional, honourable and full of integrity in our work.
People are important to us. We will always value the needs of individuals and care for them in a way that seeks to meet those needs.
We are motivated by our faith to see large-scale change and restoration of individual lives. We believe the Church is well positioned to make a difference.
We will always think the best of others and will be respectful in the way we treat and speak about them, understanding they are valued and bring a unique contribution.
We recognise the benefits of building partnerships with others in order to end human trafficking. Their expertise and input are important to us and we actively seek them out.
Ambitious and Pioneering
We want to see all survivors of human trafficking in the UK offered a place with Hope at Home hosts. We are innovative and will create new solutions until we see our aim achieved.