We know that collaboration with others is the best way to work and to provide our guests with a platform on which to rebuild their lives.  We work with the following organisations to make this possible:

Adavu:  Providing long term support and advocacy for survivors in the West Midlands.

Sophie Hayes Foundation: Providing confidence building and employability workshops and coaching for survivors.

The Snowdrop Project: Providing long term support to empower survivors in Sheffield.

City Hearts: Providing support for survivors across the North West.

Unseen: Supporting survivors to develop independent, resilient lives in the South West.

Bright Future Programme: Offering paid work placements to survivors.

West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network: A network of agencies tackling slavery in the West Midlands and beyond.

NACCOM: A national network preventing destitution amongst people seeking asylum, refugees and other migrants.

Fresca Group:  Providing employment for survivors.

Unseen: Providing support for survivors across the South West.

Migrant Help: Supporting people affected by displacement and exploitation.

The Passage: Helping homeless people to transform their lives (London based)

Hestia: Supporting survivors in the South East.

The Salvation Army: Supporting survivors across the UK.

Medaille Trust: Supporting survivors across the UK.

Justice & Care: Prevention, rescue and restoration of survivors.

 

We are also enormously grateful to our funders and those who give regularly:

Allen Lane Foundation

 

 

 

Crisis Innovation Grant

Garfield Weston Foundation

Southall Trust

And many others!