We aim to be hope to survivors of sexual exploitation, see hope flourish in the lives of the people we work with and speak hope to individuals in vulnerable situations.

Ultimately we aim to stop trafficking before it starts and to provide practical support and encouragement for survivors of the atrocities of human trafficking.

We want to challenge stereotypes and perceptions - so that people will recognise the extent of this crime in the UK and globally. 

We will allow survivors to be heard as they are the heart of what we are doing, encouraging them to give voice to their hopes and aspirations.