Other ways to donate

By Phone

If you would like to donate over the phone or discuss a gift, we would love to hear from you. Please give our Fundraising team a call on 0303 040 2888.

By post

Please make cheques and CAF donations payable to “Unseen UK” and post to:

Unseen, 7 Hide Market, Bristol BS2 0BH

Payroll Giving

This is a tax-efficient way of donating monthly to Unseen through your wages, before tax has been deducted. It’s worth asking your company if it has a payroll scheme set up already. If it doesn’t, Unseen has a scheme with Give All. It’s quick and simple to set up, but call us if you have any questions: 0303 040 2888.

in memory

If you have a loved one that you would like to honour with a gift to Unseen, please give our fundraising team a call on 0303 040 2888, or email us on [email protected]. We would love to support you with this.

in your will

Leaving a gift in your Will to Unseen is a powerful way to ensure the fight against slavery continues and know you are helping to creata better world for future generations. There are a number of ways to remember Unseen in your will – from leaving us a specific sum, to leaving a percentage of your estate. We’ve partnered with Octopus Legacy to offer a free Will-Writing service, which you can find out more about here

Alternatively, if you want to discuss your options, you can email us at [email protected] with your phone number and we will get back to you, or call 0303 040 2888. You can also visit the Government’s website for more information.

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Justine Currell

As I came to understand more about the issue, including through a visit to an Unseen safehouse, I knew I needed to do more to stop this abuse and exploitation.

For the last five years of my Civil Service career, I was the Modern Slavery Senior Policy Advisor in the Home Office and led on development of the Modern Slavery Act, including the transparency in supply chains provision and business guidance.

I joined Unseen to lead the development of the Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline, and Unseen’s work with businesses. I am regularly called upon to present at national and international conferences and use my experience of working with Ministers to influence other governments internationally to take action to address modern slavery and, in particular, business supply chain issues.

In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit, music, reading and travelling.

Andrew Wallis

What ultimately compelled me to act was a report on how people from Eastern Europe were being trafficked through Bristol airport to the USA. Kate Garbers, who went on to be an Unseen Director, and I wrote to all the city councillors, MPs and the Police Chief Constable challenging them on the issue. The challenge came back to us: this city needs safe housing for trafficked women. And so Unseen began.

But we never wanted Unseen to be just about safe housing. We wanted to end slavery once and for all, and that remains our driving focus.

I chaired the working group for the Centre for Social Justice’s landmark report “It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to Fight Modern Slavery”. This is now acknowledged as the catalyst behind the UK’s Modern Slavery Act of 2015. It was a great honour to be awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours that year. On the other hand, I’ve also been described as “the loveliest disrupter you could ever hope to meet”.

This job has taken me from building flat-pack furniture for safehouses, to working with businesses to address slavery in supply chains, to delivering training, raising awareness and advising governments around the world.

When not at work, I enjoy travelling, spending time with my dog Harley, cooking, supporting Liverpool and Yorkshire CC, music (I’m a former DJ) and endurance events such as the Three Peaks Challenge and Tribe Freedom Runs – which I vow never to do again. Until the next time.