Fundraise for us!
Fundraise for us and become a City Hearts Hero!
Interested in fundraising for City Hearts and supporting survivors of slavery? Great! We can’t wait to have you on our team!
Our new fundraising pack is full of info and ideas on how to raise money for City Hearts, and how you can help improve the lives of people we support (we’ll even send you a free t-shirt!)
So, if you’re running a marathon, hosting a coffee morning or taking part in Sofa to Summit, whatever you’re doing, our fundraising team are here to help. Become a City Hearts Hero and download our fundraising pack now.
Don’t forget to share your fundraising journey on social media with #cityheartsheroes or join our City Hearts Heroes Facebook group.
Calling all City Hearts Heroes!
Sofa to Summit is back…and this time we’re heading to the Yorkshire Three Peaks!
Between July 4 and July 10, we’re asking participants to run, walk, cycle or swim the equivalent route of The Yorkshire Three Peaks.
That’s 25.5 miles wherever and however you like! All with the aim of raising money for survivors of Modern Slavery.’
Click here to sign up.
Where your money goes
£5 will provide the little things that make a big difference. A toothbrush, a hairbrush, a bar of chocolate, it’s the basics that make someone feel safe.
£20 could fund a safe place to stay - It might be the first safe night's sleep a survivor has had in years, your donation will provide a space they can call their own.
£50 could pay for a personal welcome pack. Survivors usually arrive with nothing but the clothes they stand up in. Your donation will buy them a fresh set of clothes, shampoo, toothbrush and a clean towel.
£100 could fund emotional support – Slavery has a deep and scarring effect on mental health. With your help, a survivor gains access to the vital counselling and mental health support they need to survive and even thrive again.
£150 could stop re-trafficking – The best way to stay safe from future exploitation is to be independent. Your donation will help us provide vital life skills and peer support groups.