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Hope for Justice is an organisation which aims to end human trafficking and modern-day slavery. It is based in Manchester and operates in the UK, USA and Cambodia.


Hope for Justice has a four part strategy; identify and rescue victims train frontline professionals to identify and refer cases of slavery, advocate on behalf of victims and provide restorative care to rebuild individual futures.


Hope for Justice works closely with law enforcement on investigations and prosecutions in the UK and has been invited to play a part in victim reception during large raids.


Hope for Justice is committed to rescuing and restoring every victim of modern day slavery. They can’t always share about their successes because of on-going police investigations and because of their commitment to protect and respect the confidentiality of the victims they have helped.


They are a Christian organisation and they hope that their work, and the good that comes of it, speaks of the love of God.


On Saturday 4 April we held an Easter Fayre to raise funds for and awareness of Hope for Justice.


Details and photos from the event are on the next 2 pages.


The sum of £909 was raised on the day.


We are grateful for the support given by local traders at the event.


The event was planned and organised by Yolanda Preston and she is grateful for the support she received from her team of helpers, whose picture is at the bottom right on page 9.


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