Empowering survivors of modern slavery

Their Voice is committed to working with and for survivors of modern slavery. Our mission is to empower, enable and give hope to them by providing practical and emotional support. 

How you can help

Hidden away in our towns, cities and countryside in the UK, thousands of men, women, and children are being forced into crime, sex, labour, marriage, and drug trafficking. The affects of this exploitation and abuse can be devastating and long-lasting, with those who survive potentially being left traumatised.

Since the Slavery Abolition Act 1833 came into force, slavery has been illegal in the UK following the freedom of all slaves, with the end of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in 1807. However, almost 200 years on, slavery still exists and is a hidden crime. 


people worldwide are in modern slavery


people worldwide are in forced labour


people worldwide are in forced marriages


were identified in the UK, according to the UK Government in 2021

OVER 136,000

people in the UK are in modern slavery, according to Global Slavery Index 2018

How we help

Practical Assistance

We supply 8 safe houses across the UK, that welcome individuals who have escaped from slavery. Some arrive with only the clothes they are wearing. The team at Their Voice put together specialized, tailormade packs based on the practical needs of the individual survivors.

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Raising awareness

Part of our mission is to continue to raise awareness of the crime of modern slavery and human trafficking through various events, education and social media.

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In addition to our practical service, we will also provide health and wellness workshops to women in a safe house.

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Call for donations

We are a small charity making a big impact. To enable us to provide the quality items needed for the men, women and children we support, we need your help.

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Survivor stories

Alicia’s story

Alicia’s boyfriend promised her a new life. When they arrived in the UK he took her passport and shut her in a basement where she was sexually abused countless times a day. Read Alicia's story of escape and how she's now rebuilding her life.

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How you can help

As a regulated charity we depend on the generous support and donations from amazing people and businesses like you. Whether it is providing baby items, toiletries, pre-loved items, household goods, funds to provide for our workshops, and much more we are truly grateful. 

How you can help