is kept alive by both Government funding and the support of generous personal, business and church donors from across the country and, as we continue to progress, across the world.

To develop the current programmes and initiate the new programmes below will cost £1 million from faithful donors outside of Government funding.

Over the next five years, we seek to:

Safe Houses

Open further Safe Houses and extend our Outreach programmes to support more women, children and men whose lives have been devastated by Modern Slavery.

Therapeutic Family Support

Develop a team of Therapeutic Family Support Workers to help children overcome their own trauma through therapeutic play, activities and counselling.

Integration Support

Extend our Integration Support to cover all of the United Kingdom where City Hearts is operating.

Restore Programme

Launch the Restore programme for men.

Bright Future Employment Programme

Develop a training programme to enable more survivors to be work-ready as part of the Bright Future Employment Programme.

Business Education Centre

Set up a Business Education Centre designed to train young people in entrepreneurship as part of the African Child Partnership Programme.

Ex-Offenders Support

Expand our capacity to support and rehabilitate hundreds of ex-offenders.


Develop a work with survivors in Mainland Europe, as well as launch a work in Malaysia, one of the major trafficking corridors.

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