Modern Slavery and
Human Trafficking

Last year, 77% of identified potential victims of Modern Slavery were male.

Image
The voices of the people we support, sharing their story, their way. 
Read their stories here

Who We Are

City Hearts was founded in 2005 to support women in South Yorkshire with life controlling issues, including addiction and eating disorders. Shortly after, we began supporting survivors of modern slavery and have since expanded our support and reach throughout the UK.

What We Do

We offer a range of services from crisis safe houses to long-term support and employment programmes. Find out more below.

Who We Support

We support hundreds of men, women and families every year. The people we care for are highly traumatised, having suffered terrible exploitation. We help survivors of modern slavery and those seeking a crime-free future integrate back into society and live independently.
Image
Modern Slavery

We provide immediate and long-term support to survivors of modern slavery, meeting the physical and emotional needs of survivors and equipping them to live independently.

Image
Criminal Justice Work

Our staff work with offenders across South Yorkshire and Merseyside to support them in
pursuing a ‘crime free future’, and to address the issues that led them to offend in the first place.

 

Image
Fundraise For Us

Interested in fundraising for City Hearts and supporting survivors of slavery? Great! We can’t wait to have you on our team! Find out more here.

1,950

Survivors of modern slavery supported through our outreach programme

1,000

Supported through our safe house accommodation

300
Survivors assisted with their longer terms needs, integrating into local communities
59
Survivors supported into work placements in our Bright Future programme

our good work direct to your inbox

We'd love to stay in touch. Let us know your details below to receive emails about our work, fundraising activities and appeals.