- Give back to nonprofits that help in the fight of human trafficking.
- Employ the victims of human trafficking giving them hope and means to support themselves.
- Do both!
The next two are social enterprises that are an all-in-one that try to cover all the bases.They are a big stepping stone for survivors of human trafficking, by giving them holistic resources from shelter to education, providing them a community to heal and they have a product arm wherein the survivors are given job training skills. PURPOSE Jewelry is the product arm of iSanctuary. Their jewelry is beautifully crafted by human trafficking survivors in Mumbai, India and Orange County, California providing them freedom, dignity and hope for these survivors. From creation to shipping, these young women are playing a critical role in every step of the process. They are able to earn a fair wage and gain employable skills for the future. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Thistle Farms‘ mission is to heal, empower and employ women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. They do this by providing safe and supportive housing, medical care, therapy, education, and job training. Their product arm are everyday items like hands soaps, lotions, textiles and decor. Slavery is real, but it doesn’t have to be. Let’s join in this fight together. We can simply start by consciously purchasing items that are ethically made and supporting businesses that are doing something about it. Related Post:
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