The Snowdrop Project

The Snowdrop Project

Charity information

The Snowdrop Project

The Snowdrop Project provides support to survivors of human trafficking through social work support, counselling, community activities and a house renovation program. The support is based on the needs of the client and helps people to recover from the trauma of the past, develop their own independence and achieve their goals.

The organisation provides training and consultation to other NGO's, health professionals, social care services and police to help improve knowledge and practice.

Founded 2014

  • Mission statement

    The mission of the Snowdrop Project is to empower survivors of human trafficking to live lives no longer defined by their past and to reduce the risk of those vulnerable to this crime.

    We are committed to creating, implementing and promoting models of best practice toward whole-person centred, multi-agency service provision, nationally and internationally.

  • Aims

    The Snowdrop Project aims to:

    • Reduce the risk of exploitation and further harm to victims of human trafficking and enable them to make a fresh start
    • To help improve national support systems for survivors of human trafficking
    • To raise public awareness of trafficking and facilitate improvements in professional knowledge and practice
  • Overview

    Established: October 2014

    Registered Charity Number: 1158856

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 2

    Part time staff: 7

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 07881997983

    Address: Parkhead House, Carver Street, Sheffield S1 4FS

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