What do we do?
We equip human trafficking survivors with the education, skills, and jobs they need to stay safe and stay free.
What makes us different?
Most economic empowerment programs for human trafficking survivors focus on short-term, low-wage (and often low-dignity) jobs that leave them vulnerable to re-trafficking and further exploitation. We help survivors get real jobs — safe, sustainable, and significant — which create real opportunities that lead to real freedom. Forever.
Together we can open 10,000 Windows of life-changing opportunity, bringing 10,000 survivors to safe, sustainable and gainful employment, and creating 10,000 examples that global systemic change is possible for survivors of violence and exploitation.
A window opening represents the opportunity we provide through our services.
A window opened is the opportunity realized as proved by safe, sustainable and gainful employment.
Lisa was adopted as an infant. The couple already had nine children when they took her in. When she was one year old, her adoptive mother died and her adoptive father remarried…Read More
Charmaine grew up without a mother. The eighth of nine siblings, Charmaine recalls being left in the care of her ten-year-old brother at age five. Her father’s work required him to be away…Read More
Jordin is the eldest of seven children. As the big sister, she feels that she is responsible for the little ones. Her mother was a production worker and her father was an electrician…Read More
How you can help
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