Designated Church Partner Liaison
We believe in the power of your church to make an impact in the lives of human trafficking survivors. A member of our team is dedicated to keeping you in the loop and building our partnerships. Get in touch anytime!
Hope for Justice trained speakers
We’ll arrange for one of our trained speakers to speak at your main meeting. It’s a great chance to share with your whole church community how they are changing lives through Hope for Justice and to pray together for survivors.
Church and Prayer Updates
Every month we’ll send you the latest news, along with a quarterly church and prayer update. This comes packed full of stories of changed lives, updates from our investigators and ways to get involved with our pioneering work.
Stories & Films
Each year we make a range of high-quality films to tell the stories of rescued victims, raise awareness of human trafficking and profile the work we’re doing, with your support, to end it. You’ll have exclusive access to video content for use in your church.
Professional Community Training
Help us train frontline professionals – police, social workers, nurses, counselors – at your church to spot the signs of human trafficking and what do no next. These community events lead to direct rescues and a real impact in your community.
Specialist Speaker Training
We’d love to invite a member of your church community to come and take part in our speaker training. As a certified Hope for Justice speaker, they’ll learn about the scale and devastating impact of human trafficking and how the church can play its part to end it.
Fundraising Pack & Resources
Every year you’ll get a digital or physical pack full of resources and ideas to help hold your own Hope Challenge fundraiser. You’ll also have an exclusive access to our artwork should you wish to order your own banners etc.
Small Group Program
This is a great way for members of your church family to be ‘hands on’. Our groups program is overseen by a dedicated team member and the group in your church will receive ideas and a regular update from Hope for Justice every month.