2022 represented a new decade of support from Sophie Hayes Foundation
for women survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking.
To mark this achievement, women survivors from across the country created and completed a unique set of 3 regional Freedom Quilts.
This was a creative collaboration with Liberty Fabrics and the International Slavery Museum Liverpool, assisted by quilting expert Jenni Smith.
The project brought together former and current survivors of
Sophie Hayes Foundation's Employability Programmes in the traditional craft of quilting. Each square represents their past and future hopes, and dreams.
Created using Liberty’s iconic fabrics, every individual square has been stitched together to form 3 regional quilts which are on display at the
International Modern Slavery Museum in Liverpool.