Tell MAMA supports victims of anti-Muslim hate and is a public service which also measures and monitors anti-Muslim hate incidents. They have a helpline, text and Whatsapp service that can be used to access support.

Islamophobia Response Unit supports and helps victims of islamophobic incidents to seek justice. You can report an incident to them for monitoring purposes, and they also deliver free legal guidance. 


The Community Security Trust, also known as CST, is a charity that protects British Jews from antisemitism and hate crime. You can report antisemitism directly to CST, and they have an emergency helpline which is available 24 hours a day, every day. 

Hate Crime 

 Citizens Advice provide free, confidential and independent advice from over 3,000 locations including in bureaus, GP surgeries, hospitals, colleges, prisons and courts. Advice is available face-to-face and by telephone. Most bureaus offer home visits and some also provide email advice.

Crimestoppers is available if you have information about people who commit hate crimes and do not want to talk to the police, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously. You do not have to give your name, you will never have to give a statement to police, or go to court. You can either go to their website, or call their free telephone number:  0800 555 111

Stop Hate UK
  is a charity that provides independent and confidential support to people affected by Hate Crime.  They provide confidential Hate Crime reporting services in various areas of the UK, including a 24 hour helpline.

True Vision is an organisation that exists to support victims of all hate crimes. They have a list of hate crime support organisations on their website.

CATCH is a coalition of organisations seeking to eradicate hate crime and provide support to those who experience it. They primarily support victims from London, but they support people from across the UK too.

Victim Support  is the national charity giving free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected. They are not a government agency or part of the police and you don't have to report a crime to the police to get their help. You can contact them any time after the crime has happened, whether it was yesterday, last week or several years ago.

Anthony Walker Foundation (AWF) works alongside statutory, voluntary and community organisations to support individuals and families who experience and/ or witness hate crimes and incidents. 


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