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Justice Defense Fund
JDF is dedicated to empowering survivors of sex trafficking, child sexual abuse material (previously known as “child pornography”) and criminal imagebased sexual abuse to pursue justice through strategic litigation and advocacy support. They also advocate for the adoption of laws and policies that prevent sexual abuse and provide recourse to victims.
Prevention
Online Exploitation
Fighting online sexual crime
Empowering survivors through litigation and advocacy
Global
$2M (2021)
3
Confidential: Given the sensitive nature of JDF’s work, recommendations are available upon request.
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Street Grace
Street Grace is a faith-based organization that utilizes evidence-based demand reduction strategies to eradicate CSEC. Street Grace mobilizes community resources – financial, human, and material – to fight CSEC through prevention, protection, policy and pursuit.
Prevention
Training
Online Exploitation
Educating and training youth and community stakeholders
Launching street teams from local churches
Using artificial intelligence to disrupt online CSEC transactions
United States
$1.8M (2022)
15
Maclellan Foundation
Millard Choate: Chairman & CEO of Choate Construction Company
3
The Contingent
The Contingent empowers leaders and mobilizes communities for the common good.
Prevention
Foster Care
Recruiting and retaining of foster families
Improving racial and cultural diversity in company leadership
United States
$6.4M (2021)
14
Jeff Grubb: Trustee at the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust, Strategic Partner at Veber Partners, and Principal at CMP Consulting
Mark Shuholm: President of NW Polymers, Board Chair of The Contingent
Steve Moore: CEO Emeritus of M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust
4
The Foundation United
Foundation United exists to globally eradicate sex trafficking and exploitation by creating systemic change and exposing the root of childhood sexual abuse.
Prevention
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Training
Online Exploitation
Providing training to empower the frontlines, faith communities, and leaders
Systemically transforming sectors including healthcare, criminal justice, education, churches, and foster families
Global
$1.9M (2022)
6
Elaine Lewis: Senior Vice President, Wealth Management Financial Planning Specialist, Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley
Bo Ward: Managing Director and Partner at Beacon Pointe Advisors
5
Nomi Network
Nomi Network combats human trafficking by creating pathways to safe employment, empowering women and girls to break cycles of slavery in their families and communities..
Prevention
Recovery
Employment
Fueling confidence & agency
Addressing barriers to work
Building a network of safety & support
Facilitating job placement & retention
United States
India
Cambodia
$2.6M (2021)
14
Jensen Project
Moody Foundation
PIMCO Foundation
6
Save the Children
Save the Children is often told that its aims are impossible – that there has always been child suffering and there always will be. We know it’s impossible only if we make it so. It’s impossible only if we refuse to attempt it.
Prevention
Education
We are global leaders in child health, education and protection.
We have a proven track record of using donations efficiently and effectively to change children's lives.
We’re transforming the way emergency care is delivered, putting world-class health professionals to work for children in crisis anywhere in the world within 72 hours.
We champion gender equality, recently earning the first nonprofit Gender Fair certification.
We work in the United States, helping more children get ready for kindergarten than any other nonprofit and as the national leader in protecting children in emergencies.
India
$1.1B (2022)
104
UBS
7
Leher
Leher aims to develop a local community engagement program that prevents children from being abused or exploited. Over a 5 year period, Leher aims to incubate a program to equip communities with awareness, understanding of their situation, skills to mobilize themselves, demand and monitor child protection.
Prevention
Stakeholder Coordination
Leher defines a robust child protection system as one where families, communities, NGOs and government work together and in a coordinated manner to anticipate, prevent and respond to child protection violations. These groups must be guided by policy and law and supported by infrastructure, services and skilled human resources to best serve the interests of children.
India
Not listed
Not listed
UBS
8
Prerana
Prerana works to protect the potential and actual women and child victims of human trafficking and other forms of violence, provide comprehensive path-breaking services to uphold their rights, create dignified options for life and lead major advocacy efforts to strengthen the response of the state and the civil society to combat violence against women and children including trafficking with a sustainable, rights-based, development oriented, and participatory approach.
Prevention
Education
Shelter
Focuses on services, anti-trafficking center, and child protection
India
Not listed
37
UBS
9
Centre for Policy Research
The Centre for Policy Research (CPR) has been one of India’s leading public policy think tanks since 1973. CPR is a non-profit, non-partisan, independent institution dedicated to conducting research that contributes to high quality scholarship, better policies, and a more robust public discourse about the issues that impact life in India.
Prevention
Research and Policies
Asking the relevant questions and building evidence on key policy challenges in India
Shaping ideas, building public consensus and providing expert input to policy
Nurturing a policy ecosystem through collaborative platforms
Building the next generation of scholars
India
Not listed
50
UBS
10
Unicef
UNICEF is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential.
Prevention
Education
Stakeholder Coordination
UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence. And we never give up.
Global
$1.1B (2022)
77
UBS
11
Sambodhi
The insights and solutions we provide help build a better world for our communities and our partners. We are advisors and knowledge partners to donors, governments and implementers as well as public and private sector organizations across the world.
Prevention
Education
Public health
renewable energy and climate change
Water, Sanitation, and hygiene
Livelihoods and natural resources
Education and skills
Cross cutting areas
Asia
Africa
Not listed
16+
UBS
12
Dasra
To transform India, where a billion thrive with dignity and equity
Prevention
Stakeholder Coordination
Dasra collaborates with various central and state ministries, individuals, foundations and corporates, to strengthen partnerships between civil society and government, and ensure India achieves its sustainable development goals for all its citizens. We have a sector focus on empowering adolescents and transforming urban sanitation.
India
Not listed
24
UBS
13
Care Portal
We believe that children belong in the care of healthy, loving families. And that families should be supported by their local church and caring members of their community. This philosophy – established by our parent organization, The Global Orphan Project, as 'Circles of Care' – puts the child at the center of everything we do and fundamentally guides our work to ensure a healthier, family-style model of care for every child we serve.
Prevention
Foster Care
Not listed
United States
Not listed
8
Not listed
14
Safe Families
Safe Families for Children seeks to keep children safe and families together. Safe Families for Children is rooted in faith, fueled by radical hospitality, disruptive generosity, and intentional compassion, to build a network of caring and compassionate volunteers to support families facing social isolation. Our goals are to prevent child abuse and neglect, reduce the number of children entering the child welfare system, and support and stabilize families.
Prevention
Foster Care
Not listed
United States
Not listed
20
Not listed
15
Altus
Incorporated in Wyoming, Altus Solutions, Inc. exists to elevate the movement to end and prevent human trafficking. We accomplish this mission by scaling solutions that accelerate impact and strengthen community response to all forms of trafficking and all the vulnerabilities that drive it.
Prevention
Training
Identifying and address vulnerabilites to prevent trafficking
United States
Not listed
4
Not listed
16
International Justice Mission (IJM)
IJM’s mission is to protect people in poverty from violence by rescuing victims, bringing criminals to justice, restoring survivors to safety and strength, and helping local law enforcement build a safe future that lasts.
Rescue
Law and Justice
Children, women, and men in poverty
Global
Not listed
26
Susan Ibarguen
Hee-Jung Moon
Ken Kroner
17
Human Trafficking Institute
The Human Trafficking Institute exists to decimate modern slavery at its source by empowering police and prosecutors to stop traffickers. Working inside criminal justice systems, the Institute provides the embedded experts, world-class training, investigative resources, and evidence-based research necessary to free victims.
Rescue
Law and Justice
Working with government to stop traffickers - Education / Model
United States
Belize
Uganda
Not listed
Not listed
Andy Code
18
Agami
Agami is a non-profit organization advancing ideas that serve justice. We do this by identifying innovative ideas, reframing problems, curating leaders, and catalyzing collaborative action – all towards innovation in law and justice. And we do this with a mindset of abundance and transparency.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Law and Justice
Innovation in law and justice
India
Not listed
Not listed
Not listed
19
Allies Against Slavery
Restores freedom and dignity to survivors of human trafficking using data, technology, and partnerships
Rescue
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Victim Care
Identifying victims, coordinating care, utilizing software to aggregate statewide data, trends, and insights
Texas
Louisiana
Scaling Nationally
$720,000
13
Eric Stumberg: Co-Founder and CEO of TengoInternet and Jensen Project
20
Safe House
Safe House Project exists to increase survivor identification beyond one percent through education, providing emergency services and placement to survivors, and ensuring every survivor has access to safe housing and holistic care by accelerating safe house capacity and development across America
Recovery
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Shelter
Training for survivor identification, Placing survivors in safe housing, Increasing quality of safe house programs
United States
$700,000
7
Liam McCormick: Executive Director and Senior Strategist, Family Advisory and Philanthropy Services at UBS, Fox Rock Foundation
21
Many Hopes
Many Hopes rescues children from injustice and equips them to become adults who break cycles of injustice.
Rescue
Recovery
Education
Empowering survivor-driven change through education, inspiration, and resources, partnering with high-impact local leaders and organizations to rescue and equip
Africa
Latin America
$1.2M
14
Hee-Jung Moon: Former Corporate Attorney
Ken Kroner: Vice Chairman at Exos Asset
Richard Leong: Founder of Two Tunics Legacy Fund Management
22
Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice
AFRJ supports a global collaborative network to end and prevent human trafficking and to build the solutions needed to increase the impact of all
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Education
Stakeholder Coordination
Educates, mobilizes, and supports community leaders including vetted advocates, Provides communities with the ideas, insights, tools, connections, and resources they need to collaborate
United States
390,000
10
The Deepak Raghavan Family Foundation
Redman Foundation
The Sanjay Govil Foundation
Gateway Church
23
Eagle Venture Fund
The Eagle Freedom Fund invests in founders and companies that are directly combating slavery and human trafficking.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Fund
Impact investing, providing entrepreneurs with investment capital, education, networking, and leadership development
Global
$46M Assets Under Management
7
Eric Field: Partner, Western Divisional, President at Steward Partners Global Advisory
24
Freedom Fund
The Freedom Fund is a global fund with the sole aim of helping end modern slavery. They invest in and partner with organizations and communities on the frontlines of ending slavery and exploitation. In Brazil, they are focused on anti-CSEC efforts
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Fund
The Freedom Fund is a global fund with the sole aim of helping end modern slavery. They invest in and partner with organizations and communities on the frontlines of ending slavery and exploitation. In Brazil, they are focused on anti-CSEC efforts
United States
London
$7M
9
Tom Hall: Managing Director and Global Head of Social Impact & Philanthropy at UBS
Alan McCormick: Partner of Legatum
25
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International Network of Hearts
To restore the lives of survivors of human trafficking and prevent commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor through increased awareness, training, advocacy and collaboration at an interdisciplinary and international level.
Prevention
Recovery
11. Coordinate care plan for survivors 12. Care for survivors, one by one
Training
Shelter
Education
Victim Care
Stakeholder Coordination
Providing a safe, confidential home where survivors can find hope and refuge from violence.
Creating a nurturing and structured environment where survivors can heal from years of trauma.
Giving survivors the needed tools so they can achieve their highest potential.
Raising international awareness about human trafficking.
Providing training to law enforcement and other first responders in the identification of victims.
Building multi-agency protocols to improve the response to victims of human trafficking.
San Diego
Mexico
$330K (2022)
14
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Children of the Immaculate Heart
Children of the Immaculate Heart exists to serve survivors of sex trafficking through housing and rehabilitation programs as a part of the Church's mission to restore all things in Christ.
Recovery
12. Care for survivors, one by one 13. Reintegration care and ongoing counseling
Education
Shelter
Victim Care
St. Bakhita's Program includes housing, case management, education, and therapy, and we partner with other organizations to provide medical and psychiatric care.
The Emergency Services Program is a mobile clinic with a physical Drop-in Center in the city of San Diego that houses basic emergency food, clothing, toiletries and pamphlets used to seek services.
San Diego
$1.2M (2022)
9
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CSA San Diego
Our mission is to promote social justice and public welfare through advocacy against all forms of discrimination, including but not limited to advocacy for the eradication of housing discrimination to assure equal housing opportunity for all individuals.
Prevention
Ecosystem Capacity Building
2. Educate potential victims of trafficking 16. Coordinate and strengthen local ecosystems
Education
Stakeholder Coordination
Research and Policies
Assisting in the recovery of lost wages
Enforcing fair labor laws such as the Employment Authorization Document Form I-765.
Strengthening and building collaborative network
Prosecution of Traffickers
Prevention of Child Trafficking
San Diego
$850K (2022)
13
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Alabaster Jar Project
It is now comprised of Grace House, a long-term residential program; a Resource Center, a drop-in center that provides clothing, toiletries, programming and Peer Support Group.
Recovery
12. Care for survivors, one by one 13. Reintegration care and ongoing counseling. 15. Empower survivors to be advocates
Education
Shelter
Victim Care
Employment
A safe home environment based on a community living model (Grace House).
Educational and vocational skills and opportunities.
Foster overall wellness and self-understanding through personal and spiritual growth.
San Diego
$540K (2022)
10
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GenerateHope
We serve sex trafficking victims by offering a real way out. GenerateHope is a faith-based organization providing long-term, comprehensive programs to women who have been sexually trafficked, so that they are able to reintegrate into society and walk powerfully into their futures.
Recovery
11. Coordinate care plan for survivors 12. Care for survivors, one by one 13. Reintegration care and ongoing counseling
Education
Shelter
Victim Care
Employment
Long-Term, Safe Housing in a compassionate environment.
Recovery - Individual Psychotherapy and EMDR, group sessions, and trauma-informed curriculum like Ending the Game to heal from the trauma of the sex trade.
Learning Center - GED, college prep, tutoring, life skills, and living-wage career readiness
Case Management - Access to social, medical and support services.
San Diego
$1.6M (2022)
15
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Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC)
They operate a hotline for victims of human trafficking, provide case management for survivors, and educates the community on human trafficking risks.
Prevention
Rescue
Recovery
2. Educate potential victims on trafficking 8. Identify victims 11. Coordinate care plan for survivors 12. Care for survivors, one by one 13. Reintegration care and ongoing counseling
Education
Shelter
Victim Care
Emergency Services: A 24/7 hotline in partnership with the San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force (SDHTTF).
Emergency housing to more than 500 international/domestic survivors since 2005.
Through a program of Encourage, Empower, and Excellence, BSCC motivates and provides training its clients to be self-sufficient and gain confidence on their abilities.
BSCC works collaboratively with diverse community partners addressing health, trauma, economic empowerment, and legal service providers.
San Diego
$480K (2022)
21
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Free to Thrive
Free to Thrive empowers survivors of human trafficking to be free from exploitation and to thrive by providing them with holistic and trauma-informed legal and support services in collaboration with our service partners, and by increasing access to justice for all survivors.
Recovery
Ecosystem Capacity Building
12. Care for survivors, one-by-one 16. Coordinate and strengthen local ecosystems
Training
Education
Research and Policies
Law and Justice
Legal Services: We assist survivors with removing legal barriers on their journey to freedom.
Education: We train stakeholders and provide case support to attorneys working with survivors to create a more survivor-centered and trauma-informed legal system. We also aim to prevent human trafficking, identify survivors and connect them to supportive services through our community training programs.
Policy advocacy
San Diego
$1.3M (2022)
7
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IVAT
Our mission is to promote violence-free living by improving the quality of life for individuals on local, national and international levels by sharing and disseminating vital information, improving cross-discipline collaborations, conducting research and trainings, and providing direct professional services, program evaluation, and consulting.
Prevention
Ecosystem Capacity Building
1. Reduce desperation of potential victims 16. Coordinate and strengthen local ecosystems
Training
Education
Research and Policies
Provides speciality certification in trauma care and family court professionals, among others
Runs journals on topics including child custody and child sexual abuse
Provides clinical psychology services and forensic evaluations
San Diego
Hawaii
$1.4M (2021)
32
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Children's Legal Services of San Diego
To protect and defend the rights of children and youth in the child welfare system through high-quality and compassionate legal representation. CLSSD is a non-profit, interdisciplinary organization that consists of four law firms, which are court-appointed to represent both minors and non-minor dependents injuvenile dependency court within and out of San Diego county.
Recovery
15. Empower survivors to be advocates
Law and Justice
Provide direct legal represetation for juveniles
Advocate for non-minor dependents (NMDs) through pro bono
Prepare Care Bags for foster children entering or moving within the San Diego foster care system
San Diego
$4.1M (2022)
7
34
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North County Lifeline
Lifeline’s mission is to build self-reliance among youth, adults, and families through high-quality, community-based services.
Prevention
Rescue
Recovery
1. Reduce desperation of potential victims 2. Educate potential victims on trafficking 8. Identify victims 11. Coordinate care plan for survivors 12. Care for survivors one-by-one
Foster Care
Training
Education
Shelter
Victim Care
Project LIFE provides victims with initial trauma-informed emergency response, safety planning, intensive case management and behavioral health services.
Project LIFE facilitates groups and workshops for youth addressing the behaviors that make them vulnerable to trafficking/commercial sexual exploitation, how recruiters operate, how to recognize and avoid gender-based violence, and how to get help for someone who may be at risk.
Project LIFE conducts awareness trainings to educate professionals and the community members that this is a local issue that requires a local response.
LifeSpring is a supportive housing program designed especially for youth and young adults who are exiting the foster care systems.
San Diego
$13M (2021)
51
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San Diego Youth Services (SDYS)
San Diego Youth Services mission is to empower youth to reach their highest potential.
Prevention
Recovery
1. Reduce desperation of potential victims 2. Educate potential victims on trafficking 11. Coordinate care plan for survivors 12. Care for survivors one-by-one
Foster Care
Education
Shelter
Victim Care
Employment
I CARE supports youth, up to age 21, who are at risk for or have experienced sex trafficking or other commercial sexual exploitation. The program provides a mental health clinic and a drop-in center.
Our STARS (Surviving Together, Achieving and Reaching for Success) program empowers survivors ages 12-24 to leave sexual exploitation and trafficking by providing emotional support to develop their inner strengths, improve their self-esteem and identify their dreams.
Support for foster families and resources to help current and former foster youth develop independent living skills
Safe places to live and long-term solutions for youth experiencing homelessness
Comprehensive youth job development program that empowers youth to achieve their employment and educational goals.
San Diego
$21M (2021)
54
36
California Against Slavery
To defend the freedom of every person by empowering the people of California to fulfill their obligation to stop human trafficking.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
Stakeholder Coordination
Provides a searchable database of organizations combatting trafficking throughout California.
Spotlights the voices and lived experiences of survivors through a video series.
Compiles resources including awareness programs, trainings, and research in one centralized location on their website.
California
$8K (2022)
11
37
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Shining Stars
Our mission is to restore, support, and empower women, children (girls and boys), and men who have been affected by sex trafficking and exploitation so that they might have a future of hope and freedom. Our vision is to see each survivor of sex trafficking and exploitation recover from the trauma and abuse of their horrific ordeal.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
16. Coordinate and stengthen local ecosystems.
Education
Shining Stars increases community awareness of human trafficking through hosting and participating in events in and around San Diego and with social media.
Shining Stars supports local organizations ministering to victims of human trafficking. We accomplish this through service projects, helping with organizational needs and supplies, hosting fun events for the victims and those working with them, and one on one mentoring.
Shining Stars desires to establish a 90 day emergency/transitional housing facility to help female and male victims as they move out of human trafficking and transition to longer term programs for restoration and healing.
Shining Stars’ goal is to operate a residential recovery program to help male victims rescued from human trafficking. To date such a program does not exist in San Diego County and is lacking throughout the US.
San Diego
Not listed
8
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Your Safe Place
Your Safe Place provides confidential, comprehensive services to anyone who has experienced domestic violence, family violence, elder abuse, sexual assault, or sex trafficking. At Your Safe Place we provide supportive services in a judgment-free manner that empowers clients to successfully become survivors and move forward with their lives.
Recovery
11. Coordinate care plan for survivors. 12. Care for survivors, one-by-one.
Shelter
Victim Care
Provide holistic case management and support for survivors of abuse, including domestic abuse and sex trafficking.
Offers mental health counseling, legal services, safety trainings, housing support, immigration services, and more.
Supports trafficking survivors to remove trafficking-related criminal charges from their records
San Diego
Not listed
Not listed
39
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Human Trafficking and CSEC Advisory Council
The San Diego Regional Human Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Advisory Council’s (HT Advisory Council) vision is a united San Diego region working collaboratively to create long term, systematic change effectively addressing human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
16. Coordinate and stengthen local ecosystems.
Stakeholder Coordination
Research and Policies
Law and Justice
Bring together stakeholders from throughout the anti-trafficking ecosystem for monthly meetings.
Consolidate research on human trafficking in San Diego in a centralized hub.
Work to "enhance victim services by creating an optimized, seamless service delivery system."
San Diego
Not listed
13
40
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Churches Against Trafficking
An organically grown networking group that has come to fruition from the strong desire to connect Christian ministry leaders wanting to engage in the Anti-Trafficking work in San Diego.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
16. Coordinate and strengthen local ecosystems.
Education
Fund
Build a network of San Diego Churches that are engaged in combating human trafficking and raising awareness.
Educate and Engage the Christian community in the anti-trafficking work that is happening San Diego.
Connect the Christian community with local victims service organizations; providing resources, volunteers and finances as needed.
Pray for all of the organizations and ministries; the victims and their advocates working to end human trafficking in San Diego.
San Diego
Not listed
11
41
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kNOwMORE
kNOwMORE is a drama-based and student-centered human trafficking awareness and prevention curriculum, for middle school- and high school-aged youth in San Diego County. The curriculum was designed to help young people recognize the red flags and vulnerabilities around trafficking and equip them to take action for themselves and their peers.
Prevention
2. Educate potential victims on trafficking.
Training
Education
Create a curriculum co-facilitated by survivors when available, who engage the participants through drama, dialogue, and informative visuals.
Connect with schools to provide this curriculum in ideally 2-3 hours sessions (can be shortened to 60-90 min).
San Diego
Not listed
8
42
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San Diego Trafficking Prevention Collective
The San Diego Trafficking Prevention Collective (SDPTC) is an end-to-end prevention education program that aims to protect every student from exploitation. This comprehensive program works hand-in-hand with school districts to ensure they have the proper prevention measures and agile programming to respond to the unique needs of diverse youth.
Prevention
2. Educate potential victims on trafficking.
Training
Education
Train teachers on the prevalence of human trafficking and ways to respond through all staff meetings.
Raise awareness on human trafficking by educating k-12 students with engaging and interactive curricula.
Engage parents who want to bring human trafficking prevention curricula to their schools.
San Diego
Not listed
9
43
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STAT!
STAT!'s mission is to advocate for and support victims and survivors, engage in prevention and awareness efforts, and support our community partners in these endeavors. STAT! is made up of members from Soroptimist clubs from around the county.
Ecosystem Capacity Building
16. Coordinate and strengthen local ecosystems.
Education
Fund
Provides an annual scholarship for a survivor.
Gives mini-grants to local nonprofits leading the fight against human trafficking.
Raise awareness on the issue locally through advertisements, film screenings, and public tabling.
San Diego
Not listed
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