City Hearts is a dynamic and expanding organisation. Our Head Office in South Yorkshire (UK) is a hub for our ever-growing team across many locations.
In 2005, City Hearts first opened its doors to clients on the Restore Programme and was later the pilot location for the Safe House Accommodation. It remains the Head Office for the charity and employs over 50 people.
Currently the largest provider of City Hearts Safe House Accommodation for survivors of Modern Slavery, the North West region also pioneered the Integration Support Programme.
As the newest UK region, the North East is a quickly growing team of professionals supporting families and outreach clients who are survivors of modern slavery.
Identifying a need to support children in the city of Accra, City Hearts developed the Child Partnership Programme collaborating with local schools and services. Employing locals, our aim is to empower a generation to make positive changes in their country.
Beginning in Frankfurt’s Red Light District, City Hearts first aim was to provide practical support on the local streets that are full of the homeless, addicted and prostituted. The team now assists the refugee community.
Aiming to launch in 2018, a pioneering team of volunteers hope to support some of the most vulnerable and forgotten people in Kuala Lumpur.