Your action,
their freedom.


Rally your friends and family, and start a group in your town, city, college or workplace to help end slavery. It’s your time and your turn, let’s do this!


Make it hard for traffickers to hide their victims and their crimes.

Abolition Groups develop a solid understanding of the scope of human trafficking and are empowered to raise awareness in their communities and beyond.


More resources means more freedom! The money you raise delivers life-changing programmes to men, women, and children who have suffered brutal exploitation.

Groups take part in Hope Challenge, our annual fundraising campaign, where you can creatively use your skills to bring an end to slavery..


Have fun and do good. With practical ways to serve survivors, you can make an extraordinary difference. Contribute to our campaigns to raise awareness and reform society: we’ll help you write letters, sign petitions, speak to your representatives, man stalls, distribute leaflets and make change happen. You can be a leader in the movement to end slavery, once and for all!


“We’ve found that many people have wanted to do something about human trafficking, but not known how.

Hope for Justice has been so supportive. Their friendly team values each volunteer and really makes you feel like part of the team. The resources they provide are brilliant, accessible, engaging and relevant.”

David & Louise, UK Abolition Group Leaders

How Abolition Groups Work

Passionate people, dedicated to making a difference

& Family

Most Abolition Groups are based around friends and family, at workplaces or in churches, or at colleges and universities.


Each group is unique because its members are unique. Some of the most successful ones have three members while others have 30. So don’t be shy about starting out small!


Abolition Groups are about making your passion for ending slavery a part of your everyday life – however that might look.


Most groups meet regularly to watch the Abolition Group Update. Leaders and members get ideas and resources each month to help structure the meetings.

Abolition Group Community

Abolition Groups meet up regionally, and once a year meet up nationally at Hope Conference. There is a thriving Facebook Group to swap ideas, and groups get a dedicated Hope for Justice team member to help them.

 “Hope for Justice is doing incredibly brave and life-saving work, reaching out to some of the most vulnerable people trapped in horrific situations. That’s the reality of modern-day slavery and we want it to end. Now.”

Bear Grylls, Adventurer & Television Personality