Empowering survivors of modern slavery

Their Voice is devoted to supporting families and individuals who have faced the horrors of modern slavery and human trafficking.

Our mission is to empower, enable and inspire hope through the provision of both practical and emotional support.

How you can help

Hidden in towns, cities and countryside across the United Kingdom, a distressing reality persists. Thousands of individuals – men, women and children alike – find themselves ensnared in the clutches of crime, sex trafficking, forced labor, coerced marriages and drug trade. The repercussions of this exploitation and maltreatment are profound, often leaving survivors with lasting trauma.

Although the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 heralded the end of slavery in the UK and British colonies, freeing all enslaved individuals and signalling the end of the Transatlantic Slave Trade of 1807, the sombre truth remains: slavery, in various forms, still exists today. This sinister crime continues its existence, operating secretly beneath the surface of society.

For nearly two centuries, the legal shackles that once bound enslaved individuals have been removed. Yet, the chains of modern slavery persist, forging a hidden path through our society.

It is time for us to shine a light on this hidden crime, to unveil the shadows where exploitation thrives.

Together, we possess the power to bring about positive change for those who have endured the horrors of this unforgivable 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 2022

OVER 136,000

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

How We Help

Practical Assistance

Their Voice operates in partnership with other organisations across the UK; a network of support and secure havens designed to provide refuge for individuals who have endured the harrowing traumas of human trafficking and modern slavery.
Modern slavery and human trafficking survivors can often arrive at safe houses with nothing more than the clothes on their backs, they are met with compassion and care.
Our dedicated team at Their Voice assembles customised care packages, meticulously tailored to meet the unique practical requirements of each individual survivor.

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Raising awareness

Modern slavery is closer than you think, it could be the man washing your car, the lady in your beauty salon, the man working on the construction site next door or the carer helping clients with medical conditions.
Their Voice is committed to raising awareness surrounding the harrowing reality of modern slavery and human trafficking.

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Beyond our practical assistance, Their Voice is dedicated to offering a holistic approach to support. As part of this commitment, we organise and conduct Empowerment Workshops specifically tailored for women residing in safe houses. These workshops aim to empower and uplift the safe house clients, providing them with valuable knowledge, tools and resources to enhance their overall well-being.

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Call for donations

Join Us in Making a Difference: Your Support Matters.

Every donation, no matter what the size, plays a crucial role in helping us. It brings hope, empowerment and a brighter future to those we serve. You are making a meaningful difference.

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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