The Adavu Project is funded by the Lloyds Foundation, the Methodist Church (in Great Britain and Birmingham District), the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, and individual donors and Churches.
We recognise the real need to work in partnership and collaboration with other partners. Below is a list of some of the many organisations we work with:
- The Jericho Foundation offers paid employment and volunteering opportunities to survivors of Modern Slavery, together with a package of holistic support through the Equiano project.
- Hope for Justice – a charity that identifies and rescues victims of modern slavery, then supports them and advocates on their behalf to help them live new lives in freedom.
- Spring Housing provides high quality accommodation and support to, people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, care leavers, Syrian refugees.
- West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network which brings together a wide range of professional practitioners and policy makers in the field of modern slavery including key statutory and voluntary sector organisations. Website link:
- Sophie Hayes Foundation – empowering survivors of trafficking to build hope-filled futures and pathways to independence through its Day 46 Programme addressing employability
- Hope at Home – hosting programme for survivors of modern slavery across the UK
- Bright Futures – an employment programme developed by the Co-op Group with Charity partners to provide victims of modern slavery with a pathway to paid employment and reintegration into society