What We Do

Snowdrop Project is a charity based in Sheffield, which provides long-term, community support to empower survivors of human trafficking. We work with our clients on an individual basis to ensure their needs, which are often complex, are met.

When survivors of human trafficking leave a safe house they are met with a multitude of significant barriers to making a fresh start.

Barriers can include: difficulty accessing employment or education, difficulties with debt, on-going police investigations, limited English and complex mental health issues.

Without support people are vulnerable to homelessness, isolation, substance misuse, abusive relationships, depression and further exploitation. We believe that recovery from human trafficking is a long-term process.

How do we do this?

One To One Support

We provide one-to-one support and advocacy that is tailored to meet the
needs of the individual and is carried out either by our senior caseworkers or our trained volunteers in the community.

Community Development

Trained volunteers provide opportunities to build friendships in the community and to access life skills and hobbies through various social events.


We help make a house a home through our renovation projects. Painting, decorating and sourcing furniture for permanent houses provided by the council.

Training and Consultation

Our extensive training is delivered by top professionals in the field of anti-trafficking. We train all our own volunteers and also provide consultation and training for other charities and organisations.


We raise funds through events and sponsorship to support our own work and others who are supporting survivors of human trafficking.

Awareness Raising

Through social media campaigns, speaking engagements and partnerships with national organisations we endeavour to see the profile of modern day slavery continue to rise in the media and on the political agenda.