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Casework Support at Snowdrop

By Megan Bethell, Marketing and Communications Manager at Snowdrop. Casework and befriending are important because, without support and advocacy, many survivors face overwhelming barriers to independent living; including separation from family, on-going police investigations, limited English and exacerbated mental health issues. Having a trained advocate to navigate these issues makes these barriers more surmountable. To ...

Casework Support at Snowdrop 2018-05-31T15:07:47+00:00

Running with Emily

This month, Emily Chalke (Founder and Project Lead at Ella's Home) talks to us about her experiences at the Hackney Half, joining the TRIBE 10% team and running with the women at Ella’s Home. “The women we work with are dealing with very challenging and difficult things.  Yes, they are now free from exploitation, but ...

Running with Emily 2018-05-31T14:25:00+00:00

Hackney Half 2018 Success!!

Hackney Half 2018. An incredible finale to an extraordinary project!! On the 20th May 2018, over 250 TRIBE members put themselves to the test (overcoming the 23 oC heat!) and pushed their limits to the max to cut their Half Marathon PB by 10%, all as part of our mission to fight modern slavery in ...

Hackney Half 2018 Success!! 2018-05-23T11:20:11+00:00

DOUBLE YOUR DONATION!

With 5 days to go before the TRIBE 10% Project Team take to the Hackney Half it's time for the final push!! So far, we've raised over £25K to support Ella's Home & The Snowdrop Project as they fight modern slavery and this THURSDAY (17th May) everything donated to the campaign will be matched!! This ...

DOUBLE YOUR DONATION! 2018-05-15T15:50:29+00:00

Snowdrop’s new counselling group

Group Counselling at the Snowdrop Project By Megan Bethell, Marketing and Communications Manager at Snowdrop. Counselling is a vital element of the long-term support provided by Snowdrop. One-to-one counselling, offers those who are ready to begin discussing their past with in-depth trauma-focussed counselling. Whereas our group counselling sessions, which are tailored to those who are not yet ready ...

Snowdrop’s new counselling group 2018-04-23T17:24:02+00:00

Building the TRIBE Unseen Gym

In February 2018, we appealed to the entire TRIBE community to help co-create the TRIBE Unseen Gym and support the survivors of modern slavery. Check out our first blog here. The campaign received an awesome response, resulting in a facility which can be 100% attributed to the incredible efforts of the TRIBE x Unseen communities. ...

Building the TRIBE Unseen Gym 2018-03-26T12:08:00+00:00

Introducing Ella’s Home

Ella's Home works with women exiting situations of trafficking and exploitation. As well as providing accommodation for women recovering from trafficking and sexual exploitation, they offer outreach support to women across London and beyond as they work past their previous experience. Here, Emily Chalke (Founder and Project Lead) tells the story of their inception and ...

Introducing Ella’s Home 2018-03-12T10:42:30+00:00

Introducing Snowdrop

We are extremely excited to support The Snowdrop Project in 2018. Learn more about their work and their progress, in the first of two introductory blogs from our 2018 partners. By Megan Bethell, Marketing and Communications Manager @Snowdrop Project! Snowdrop are a small team with a big vision; to ensure no survivor is left alone ...

Introducing Snowdrop 2018-03-09T17:03:07+00:00

Decision Time!

After months of extensive research (including a 260-page Report!), comprehensive due diligence and countless meetings, the TRIBE Freedom Foundation Trustees have selected two incredible frontline anti-slavery projects to support in 2018!! And they are... Ella’s Home and The Snowdrop Project!! Both are truly inspirational charities, led by incredibly kind, motivated and inspiring women. We have ...

Decision Time! 2018-02-22T13:11:44+00:00

Let’s build the TRIBE Unseen Gym!!

In December 2017, TRIBE Freedom Foundation granted £80,000 to Bristol-based charity Unseen to support their home for the victims of UK modern slavery and maintain the Modern Slavery Helpline. Both provide vital support for victims and survivors in unimaginable turmoil and distress. Discover more here. Recently, Unseen contacted us to see if we wanted to ...

Let’s build the TRIBE Unseen Gym!! 2018-02-15T10:03:23+00:00