On a blog post dated 12 October 2010
we provided details of an important support service for female survivors of trafficking called the Poppy Project.
Despite the importance of their work the UKBA is terminating the funding it provides for them. Instead it has awarded a contract to the Salvation Army, which means the Project’s funding is reduced by 90%.
They need to raise £1.8 million very year to keep providing high quality support and accommodation to women who have been trafficked for sexual or domestic exploitation, and their children.
You can help support them here
The Poppy Project is an Eaves service which provides support for female survivors of trafficking. Read More...