Office move

We have relocated! Our new office address is: 

ECPAT UK
Thomas Clarkson House
The Stable Yard
Broomgrove Road
London
SW9 9TL 

Please note we are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our phone systems. If you have an urgent enquiry, please call 07402 113985

 

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Help ECPAT UK stop child trafficking

You may be surprised to hear that each year criminals bring hundreds of children to the UK for abuse in domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and other forms of forced labour. 

Just last year, for example, 700 children were found in horrendous circumstances of human trafficking, a 35% increase on the previous year. 

Your help is so urgently needed to stop this alarming trend.

How you can help

Fundraising for ECPAT UK is an exciting and challenging way to support our work to protect children from exploitation in the UK and overseas. Your support is greatly appreciated. No matter how big or small the sum you raise, you are making a vital difference to our ability to campaign and lobby government to protect children from exploitation in the UK and overseas.

Test yourself and support the anti-trafficking effort with charity challenges

Supporters raising funds for ECPAT UK have taken part in a variety of activities including running races, swimming across lakes, sponsored weight loss and parachute jumps.

CLICK HERE to register for a charity challenge event such as the Ben Nevis Charity Challenge, the London to Paris Bike Ride or Let's Trek for Children India

Fundraise for us

It is simple to set up an online fundraising page through JustGiving.

CLICK HERE to set up your fundraising page at justgiving.com

Make a single or regular donation

£25 would give a young victim of trafficking an hour of practical advice and emotional support from our expert youth workers

£50 would pay for a workshop for young victims that develops their skills for the future

£100 would help us to publish a report on child trafficking to improve protection of victims

£200 would pay for a confidence-building group activity or trip for young victims of trafficking 

CLICK HERE to make a donation

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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

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New ECPAT UK project: Local authorities supported to innovate child trafficking responses

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