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Survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking experience exploitation and trauma. When they escape, they are often left homeless and destitute. So far, our hosts have provided nearly 10,000 safe nights of sleep for survivors of modern slavery facing street homelessness. But we need your help. Could you sponsor a spare room for a survivor? Just 50p per day will help a survivor stay in a safe home and access the essentials they need to survive and rebuild.

Why we need your help

After escaping exploitation, survivors of modern slavery are often left isolated and homeless and at huge risk of re-trafficking or further abuse. Our hosts safely accommodate survivors in a welcoming family environment to give them the foundation they need to thrive again. Becoming a Room Sponsor and donating to Hope at Home will help us to house more survivors, support our hosts and ensure each survivor has the essentials they need.

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Chloe’s* story

Chloe* was just 21 when she came to live with her hosts. She had experienced trauma at the hands of men who exploited her and needed a safe place to stay. Since then, Chloe started volunteering at a local youth club, began college and passed her exams and received a full scholarship to university to study Law & Criminology. She has moved on into university accommodation and hopes to become a barrister. Your support gives a survivor like Chloe the safety and stability they need to transform their life.

Sponsor a room

Change a survivor’s life

Give a safe home

The support of our Room Sponsors helps us to get survivors of slavery off the streets and into a safe, supportive home.

The essentials

Your support ensures we can provide survivors with essential toiletries, travel tickets, translation services and more.

Transform a life

A safe environment is the foundation on which a survivor can thrive. Sponsoring a room also sponsors a new start.

Keeping you updated

As a RoomSponsor, you’ll receive a welcome gift and pack and be sent an exclusive update email so you can learn about survivors’ progress.