Our BBC Radio 4 Appeal has launched!

January 27, 2023

Donations made to this appeal will be tripled!*

Our friend, former Blue Peter presenter and sports broadcaster, Simon Thomas has recorded our appeal, focussed on our award-winning UK Victim Navigator Programme – an exciting opportunity to raise awareness and vital funds for our work.

Donations made to this appeal as of Sunday 29 January will triple in impact, thanks to a match funding pot from one of our dedicated partners!

We introduced Simon to James**, someone who was enslaved close to Simon’s home. James was a victim of ‘cuckooing’ – a form of exploitation that is on the rise here in the UK. Thanks to the support of one of our Navigators, James is now starting to rebuild his life – and while deeply affected by his exploitation, is doing really well. You can listen to his story below…

Listen to our BBC Radio 4 Appeal!

James is one of 222 survivors that Justice and Care has supported through our Navigator Programme over the past year – see the wider impact of the programme here.

Simon shares why he champions us!

How you can listen

Tune in and listen to our appeal on BBC Radio 4 on Sunday 29 January at 7:54 and 21:25.

The appeal will broadcast again on BBC Radio 4 on Thursday 2 February at 15:27.

How to donate

Click here to donate to our BBC Radio 4 Appeal by phone, post or online from Sunday 29 January to Saturday 4 February.

Alternatively you can donate online as of Sunday 29 January, directly to Justice and Care through our website or by bank transfer. If you sign up to give monthly this week, your gifts for the next 12 months will also be tripled.

Please do share this appeal with others who may wish to support our UK work and triple the impact of their donation. Thank you for your support!

If you have any questions about our appeal, please get in touch.

*up to the value of £75,000

** name changed to protect identity