Support us

ECPAT UK supporters help us raise awareness and protect children from commercial sexual exploitation; making a real difference to the work we do. If you would like to support us, it is simple to make an online donation to ECPAT UK.

Donate with JustGiving

Simply click on the 'Donate with JustGiving' button above to make a secure online donation through JustGiving.

Or, make a donation by cheque or postal order, made payable to ECPAT UK and send to ECPAT UK at the address below.

Make a regular donation using our Supporter Application Form. Please print off, complete and post or fax it to: ECPAT UK, 4A Chillingworth Road, London N7 8QJ. For more information, email:

Become a regular supporter

A regular contribution from our supporters enables us to make plans for long-term work to end the sexual exploitation and abuse of children.

As an ECPAT UK Supporter you will receive a biannual newsletter, subscription to our email list providing regular campaign bulletins and a copy of our latest report.

  • £15 annually (waged)

  • £5 annually (unwaged/student)

  • Any amount each month/quarter/year/by standing order

Become a Friend of ECPAT UK

As a Friend of ECPAT UK you will receive all ECPAT UK reports annually for free in addition to what is provided to Supporters.

  • £120 annually

  • £10 monthly by standing order

Gift aid itIf you are a UK taxpayer, you can increase your donation with Gift Aid. This enables us to claim back the tax you pay on your donation, increasing its value to us (currently by up to 28%), but at no extra cost to you. Please remember to tick the Gift Aid declaration on the Supporter Application Form, if applicable, and send it with your donation.

What our donors say

"I've never read about a charity that is fighting against something so evil as ECPAT UK does, I think its an amazing organisation."

"I donated to ECPAT UK to support an often overlooked, yet vitally important, charity."

"So happy to find an organisation that truly understands the importance of saving our children from the horrors of human trafficking and prostitution."

"I like the work you do and how you keep the donors informed. Keep it up!"

Thanks for your support!


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4A Chillingworth Road, London N7 8QJ. 
Tel: 020 7607 2136. Fax: 020 7700 5435.


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ECPAT UK is the leading expert voice on child trafficking in the UK and we offer a comprehensive training programme focused on safeguarding young people from trafficking, modern slavery, and transnational abuse. To find out more visit our training page

Latest updates

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More children are at risk of sexual exploitation than ever before, particularly in travel and tourism, a two-year global study by ECPAT has revealed today.