Who we are


The Lost2 Foundation is a UK registered charity that exists to end slavery and human trafficking.  We are committed to preventing exploitation, protecting those in danger and prosecuting those responsible. 

Our services

Why support us?

Our Impact


We are saving lives and building better futures, both in the UK and around the world.  Often in places that others feel are inaccesible, we are driven to go where the need is greatest.


Almost every day the Lost2 Foundation and its partners rescue someone from  a life of slavery and exploitation, provide the skills and understanding needed to avoid exploitation, provide support to families of the lost and enable justice for the victims.



Your Benefit


By investing in our projects you can be sure that your time, money and expertise is saving lives and building better futures, both in the UK and around the world.


By working with us you become part of a global partnership of communities, organisations, governments and businesses, all united to build positive futures for all. 

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Key Facts

Slavery is happening where you live.

1 in 4 victims of modern slavery are children.

An estimated 40.3 million people worldwide are living in slavery (2016).

Every day we discover and free another man, woman or child from slavery, somewhere in the world.

It is estimated that in the UK in 2018 there were over 5000 reported cases of modern slavery.

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Every year, together with our partners, we work with over 1000 people effected by slavery, in the UK and around the world.





We ensure that those responsible are prosecuted.

We support the families, friends and communities of those lost and liberate and reintegrate those exploited and enslaved.

We offer protection to those needing a place of safety, to begin the process of re-building their lives.

We provide access to education and training for individuals, communities and organisations, so that they can make informed choices, become more resilient to exploitation and actively help with tackling Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.

1 in 4 victims of slavery are children.