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29 / 5 / 2017

Poole and Sheffield Soroptimists Support Snowdrop Project’s 5th Anniversary Event

Representatives from the  Sheffield and Poole Soroptimist branches met up at the Snowdrop Project‘s 5th Anniversary Fund Raising Dinner at the prestigious Millennium Galleries in Sheffield on 18th May. The Dinner marked 5 years of the Snowdrop Project’s work in Sheffield supporting human trafficking survivors once their initial 45 days of government funded care comes to an end. Lara Bundock, Founder and CEO, told guests of her determination and ambition to get the project off the ground so…

2 / 4 / 2017

Latest News from the Human Trafficking Foundation

You can view the latest newsletter here.…

30 / 3 / 2017

Latest Progress Report

Our latest Progress Report, including a round-up of International Women’s Day activities.…

26 / 3 / 2017

Thank you Llandudno Soroptimists

SI Llandudno organised an International Women’s Day walk along the town’s promenade yesterday and got just under 100 new signatures for Purple Teardrop Campaign’s ban sex for sale advertising lobby . The event was organised by SI Llandudno and had support from other North Wales Clubs, Denny Owen Regional President Cheshire, North Wales and Wirral, Mike Priestley one of the town’s councillors, and women from other organisations, friends and family. Thank you Llandudno Soroptimists!…

26 / 3 / 2017

Thank you Bangor and Anglesey Soroptimists

SI Bangor joined members of SI Anglesey to walk across the Menai Bridge on International Women’s Day. Soroptimists carried Purple Teardrop Campaign banners to raise awareness to passing traffic as well as chatting to other walkers about Modern Day Slavery.…

26 / 3 / 2017

Thank you Chester Soroptimists

Chester Soroptimists marked International Women’s Day by talking at Chester Cathedral and at a University event. Thank you for talking about Purple Teardrop Campaign and for collecting signatures for our campaign to ban sex for sale advertising.