Join with us and say no to sexual exploitation and violence both past and present.
A postcard which is believed to have been sent to the police by the unidentified murderer of five women in East London dubbed ‘Jack the Ripper’ was sold earlier this year for £22,000. 130 years on from the murders, the historic killer remains infamous globally. But what of the women he killed? Their names largely unknown, their stories untold – until now. We are creating a new narrative, that writes the stories of his victims – their strength and struggles – at the heart of the history.
Our hope? That by learning the past, we can better support women experiencing sexual exploitation in the present. Join us as we launch our campaign to raise the same amount, £22,000 to enable women to access support services like ours. Are we willing to invest as much into providing support for women who are sexually exploited as we are in maintaining the legacy of a serial killer?
Please join with us and make sure women on the streets of east London get the support they need today...