Volunteering with STF

Joining our Volunteer Team will provide you with the opportunity to utilise and build your skill-set, while making a real and lasting change to vulnerable people’s lives. Needless to say, working with The Strongtower Foundation and supporting the vision of ending modern slavery, one-person at a time, is an extremely rewarding experience.

Open Roles

Find out more about our volunteer roles and how your help can make a difference. We’re always looking for dedicated volunteers to help our mission. Contact our office today!

Position: Modern Slavery Caseworker
Organisation: The Strongtower Foundation
Area: London / Homebased
Time: Part time, 7-10hrs per week

We are seeking a motivated individual to join the team as a volunteer caseworker. In this pivotal role, you will play a central part in offering practical, social and emotional support to the survivors in order to promote and encourage independence, autonomy and self-worth. If you are passionate and interested in making a positive impact, we encourage you to apply.

Modern Slavery Caseworker – Recruitment Pack



Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Connect with survivors and establish trust through weekly in-house 1-1 encounters.
  • Conduct periodic progress assessments, maintain confidential records and complete a final Exiting Assessment at the end of 12 months.
  • Assist with the moving and settling-in process e.g. assisting with G.P registration.
  • Maintain a positive relationship that is reliable and consistent.
  • First point of contact to signpost and recommend support services.
  • Conduct needs assessments an ensuring adequate support is given where required
  • Familiarise survivors with local amenities e.g. Supermarket.
  • Familiarise yourself and signposting survivors to all services we provide.
  • Notify any concerning interactions to CEO and ensure that any issues raised are resolved.


  • Experience in working with vulnerable people
  • Kind and compassionate listener.
  • Friendly and approachable
  • Good communication skills
  • Able to establish relationships and maintain safe boundaries.
  • Able to anticipate survivors’ needs and encourage their participation.
  • Able to follow and adhere to policies and procedures.
  • Knowledge and understanding of GDPR policies, data protection, safeguarding, health and safety.


  • Knowledge of modern slavery
  • Demonstrable passion for Human Rights and social justice
  • Able to use Microsoft software such as Word and Excel
  • Organisational and written skills.
  • Able to work independently
  • An affiliation with all our core values – our Statement of Faith, Vision and Values are available upon request.


What difference will you make?

Our mission is to provide a safe place for victims where they can be supported through counselling and workshops to assist on their road to recovery and normal living. By joining our charity, you will make active steps in assisting survivors to reintegrate into society with autonomy, dignity and freedom.


Time Commitment: 4 – 6 hours wrap-around support per week, including 2 keywork sessions per week

Location: Remote / Working from home. Home visits in South London

Expenses:  Reimbursement where applicable.




If you would like to apply, please send your CV and short supporting statement outlining why you are interested in the role.

Due to the nature of this role the post is open to female applicants only. Being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.


If you are interested in making a huge and lasting impact please get in touch!

Position: Trustee
Organisation: The Strongtower FoundationArea: London / Home-based
Time: Part time, Bi-monthly Meetings
Deadline: 20 November 2023, Midday

The Role of the Board

  • To shape strategy that delivers against our mission and aims
  • To ensure that the charity is properly and robustly governed
  • To ensure financial viability
  • To help drive fundraising and corporate-matching
  • To ensure compliance with data regulations

Personal Specification


Members of the board will need to be aligned with our mission statement and ethos.

  • Demonstrate dedication to human rights and social justice causes
  • Experience and understanding of organisation leadership
  • Experience of fundraising, corporate matching, grant-making
  • Experience and understanding of communications and marketing
  • A collaborative and inclusive approach with the ability to work in a team and break down barriers

Specialist skills and knowledge sort after:

  • Finance
  • Charity law
  • Human Trafficking
  • Campaigning / Advocacy
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Fundraising, particularly Corporate / Donor Sponsorship and Grant-making


  • Previous experience as a board member or working with senior management in the non-profit or private sector
  • Understanding of human trafficking and modern slavery in the UK
  • Frontline experience working with vulnerable people
  • Knowledge of the property sector
  • Understanding of counselling or trauma
  • Experience running workshops or training sessions

The closing date for applications is 20 November 2023, midday.

If you would like to apply, please send your CV and supporting statement (no more than one page) clearly outlining why you are interested in being a Trustee and details of your relevant skills and experience. Selected candidates will be called for an interview (on Zoom).

Please send applications or any queries to recruitment@thestrongtowerfoundation.org