Contact us


Hope for Justice USA
P.O. Box 280365
Nashville, TN 37228

(+1) 615-356-0946

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm (Central Time)


Hope for Justice
P.O. BOX 5527,
Manchester, M61 0QU

(+44) 0300 008 8000 (local rate call)

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 9am – 5.30pm (UK time)


Hope for Justice
Postboks 246 Sentrum
4002 Stavanger, Norway

(+47) 22 55 02 00

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5pm (Norway time)

Report a Concern (UK)

Report a concern of modern slavery in the UK:

Office hours (9am-5:30pm Mon-Fri).
(+44) 0300 008 8000 (local rate call) or

Outside of office hours, we recommend that you contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Hope for Justice Donor Support

If you are a regular giver to Hope for Justice and have any questions or want to alter your details or monthly gift as a GUARDIAN (this cannot be done online), use the following details. These are also the details to use if you would like to make a one-off donation to Hope for Justice via an alternative giving method, rather than using the Donate button above.

UK: Email or call 0300 008 8000 (local rate call).
USA: Email or call 615-356-0946.

Report a Concern (USA)

Report a concern of human trafficking in the USA:

Office hours (9am-5pm Mon-Fri, Central time)
(+1) 615-356-0946 or email


For press enquiries:

In office hours (9am-5:30pm GMT Mon-Fri)
(+44) 03000 080055  or

Jobs & Internships

Check out current vacancies and apply to join the team.


Complaints and feedback can be expressed in writing or online.
They should be sent by email to or in writing to:
Chief Executive Officer, Hope for Justice, PO Box 5527, Manchester, M61 0QU


Questions about Survivor Care in the UK?

Hope for Justice has been providing advocacy both from a legal and survivor support perspective to survivors of modern slavery for the last 10 years, building up a wealth of experience. The Advocacy team offers an advice service that provides tailored and specialist advice and signposting on survivor care in the UK to other organisations and/or survivors.

If you have any questions or challenges relating to survivor care in the UK, email and one of our IMSAs (Independent Modern Slavery Advocates) will get back to you.

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