Zoe Challenge 2014
The Zoe Challenge is named after one of the first girls we rescued, but this year we were inspired by a man we’ve helped named Edward*. He escaped from a violent trafficker and walked for ten days and nights without stopping because he was so afraid of being caught again. Join us this year as we walk to help bring freedom to those trapped and suffering in slavery in the UK.
In May 2014 Hope for Justice supporters will be hosting sponsored walks up and down the country with the aim of chalking up a total of 12,416 miles – the distance from the North to the South Pole – and raising £125,000 to fund our specialist investigators, lawyers and aftercare staff.
Would you walk to the ends of the earth to end slavery? Organise a walk today.*Names and some details changed to protect identity