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Women who are trafficked face a double injustice.

Exploited and abused by their traffickers, when they then escape and go to the UK authorities for help, they are frequently met with disbelief and detained.

They deserve to be believed. Help them get justice.

About fundraising at Eaves

Find our more here about our team, why your donations are vital, and about respectful, legal fundraising for Eaves.

Make a general donation to Eaves

If you donate to Eaves we will put your money wherever the need is greatest. Donations which support Eaves in general are extremely useful to maintain our sustainability and our ongoing work.

You can make a one-off or regular donation by clicking on the button below.

You can also make a one off or regular donation to our specific services by clicking on the links below:

Poppy Acute Service

providing accommodation and support for trafficked women

Poppy Outreach

providing high quality support and advocacy to women who have been trafficked

Find out more about Poppy’s work here.

Lifeskills Service

providing advice and advocacy service for women who are affected by violence or are at risk of or experiencing homelessness.

Find out more.

LEA – Prostitution Exiting

providing non-judgemental advice and assistance to women in London who are involved in prostitution and wish to exit.

Find out more

Amina

a peer mentoring scheme for women who have experienced sexual violence

Find out more

ISVA – Independent Sexual Violence Advocate

court and police support for women and girls aged 13+ who have experienced sexual violence

Find out more

Other ways you can donate

News & views

To the very generous woman who donated her jewellery

9th June 2014

We would like to say a heartfelt thank you for your donation. We will hold onto it for six months before we a… read more

Women who are trafficked face a double injustice

10th April 2014

We would like to tell you that their journey to justice is a straightforward one. We can’t. For a woman who… read more

Our success stories

Molly, 38 from London

3rd May 2012

Molly* says… “When I was 38, I was raped and beaten by my boyfriend. He turned my life upside down and it… read more