1000 Women. 1000 Days.
Help survivors of human trafficking build productive lives.
Victims are living in plain sight throughout Britain, frightened to speak up, unable to run away, exploited, abused and in danger.
They need our help.
Once a woman is brave and/or fortunate enough to escape, the chances of her recapture are enormous. Her vulnerability to re-trafficking significantly increase without sustainable support. There are currently no government long-term employability support mechanisms for survivors to move their lives forward.
It’s a situation guaranteed to increase survivor vulnerability, further enabled by significant barriers for accessing education and financial independence.
Our Mission - Help 1000 Women in 1000 Days to live a sustainable life
We want to ensure that all women survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery achieve full and sustainable freedom through an independence that can only come with the ability to live and work without fear.
We offer support, skills training and mentoring so survivors can escape recapture, find employment and forge a new future.
Enable a survivor to:
Learn new skills
Walk away from fear
Donate and give survivors access to:
Coaching and career planning
CV and interview training
Opportunities for studying or volunteering
Internships and work placements
Rescue doesn’t mean freedom.
Freedom comes from beyond.
At The Sophie Hayes Foundation we think beyond.