Get Involved

We have a huge dream and mission. We dream of a future free from trafficking on every level of society. We long to see individuals set free from captivity, communities set free from the circumstances where enslavement and trafficking thrive and we are working to see society set free from the scourge of a crime that has gone on too long.

 

Jump for Freedom 2017

 

Want to help bring a fresh start to survivors of human trafficking? Fancy a new challenge for 2017? Why not take part in this years ‘Jump for Freedom’.  Watch the video above to a see snapshot of last years exciting skydive.

Be part of a team of people who will bravely take to the skies on 17th June 2017.  If you raise £500 or more, the jump is entirely free! Email fundraising@snowdropproject.co.uk or call 07881997983 to register and receive an information pack with more details.  We look forward to hearing from you!

Work For Us

Job Listings

We currently have no job vacancies.

Volunteer With Us
CaseworkerBefrienderCommunity DeveloperRenovations
Caseworkers volunteer up to 6 hours a week to provide one-to-one support to women who have been rescued from trafficking. Each volunteer supports one client in the community and receives thorough training from top practitioners in anti-trafficking and social care fields. Regular supervision is also provided. Apply here.
Our befrienders offer the hand of friendship to the women we support. Befrienders work alongside Caseworkers to compliment their role, they help to sign post and advocate. This role carries less of a time commitment but thorough training and ongoing supervision is provided. Apply here.
This diverse role can include, but is not limited to, running drop-in sessions and weekly classes, awareness raising events such as Film Fesitvals and running seasonal activities like our Christmas Party. Training and supervision provided.
Renovation volunteers help turn neglected council housing into homes that our women can be proud of. These renovations happen sporadically, as and when our clients receive permanent housing.

Fundraise

Many people chose to fundraise for us which not only provides us with resources but increases awareness of the issue of modern day slavery and awareness of our work.

Read some of the stories of how people have fundraised on our blog.

Contact fundraising@snowdropproject.co.uk for more information on how to fundraise for us