Don't donate yet! Give between the 8th - 15th June and we'll receive DOUBLE

ECPAT UK is taking part in Big Give Week, meaning that for this week only, your donation will be DOUBLED for free!

We’ve secured £1,000 in pledges from our generous donors and £1,000 from the Childhood Trust. These funds will be used to match all donations received during Big Give Week, 8th – 15th June 2021.

How it works

  • When you give during Big Give Week, your gift will be matched by our generous funders
  • This means that if you donate £10, we will receive £20
  • We need to raise £2,000 to secure ALL of our pledges and raise £4,000
  • Donate between 8th – 15th June by clicking on the button below and your gift will make double the impact! 

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Join us for our free events we're hosting during Big Give Week

What does the government’s new immigration plan mean for child victims of trafficking?
The government recently released its New Plan for Immigration, containing a range of proposals which negatively impact all child victims of trafficking in the UK as well as children subject to immigration control. Join ECPAT UK at 12pm on 10th June to hear an expert panel discussion about what the plan means for child victims of trafficking in the UK. The event will be chaired by Liz Barratt, Joint Head of Immigration at Bindmans, with expert speakers from Article39, Helen Bamber Foundation, Hope for Justice, JustRight Scotland and more to be announced. Book your place

ECPAT UK in conversation with Dave*, survivor and campaigner with our youth advisory group
Listening to young people’s experiences of trafficking is critical to understanding what we can do to better support them. At 5.30pm on 14th June, we're hosting an online event in which Dave*, an ECPAT UK youth group member, will speak about his experiences in the UK as a survivor of child trafficking and how support can be improved for other young people. This is an opportunity to hear first hand the challenges facing trafficked young people in the UK and how we can all help create change. Book your place

ECPAT UK’s #HopefulFutures online exhibition

As part of our stable futures for trafficked children campaign, we launched a competition calling for original photos that capture your vision of a stable, hopeful future. As the Covid-19 picture improves and restrictions ease, we don’t have to return to how things were. We can use our shared experiences of the past year to advocate for change so that all young people have the freedom to live the life they’ve dreamed about. Join our online exhibition at 5pm on 9th June to see the entries and find out if you’ve won! Book your place