I showed you the projects I was supporting last month here.
Of those, three projects got their funding! Awesome! You can check which ones won by going to the link above.
Here are the projects that have my vote for this month. Again, you can vote each day for up to 10 projects!
Empowering DC teens to avoid & escape exploitation & human trafficking
by FAIR Fund, Inc. – $50k (top 10 get funding)
FAIR Fund is a registered 501 (c) 3 nonprofit working to prevent human
trafficking of youth worldwide by building community leadership, providing education and empowerment programs, and offering compassionate intervention services. We have reached over 15,000 young people 11 countries since 2003.
- Educate 1,000 at-risk teens to stay safe from trafficking
- Support teens in danger
- Provide access to shelter, medical services, and more for teens
- Build a community that can better assist exploited teens
Rebuild the lives of homeless, throwaway and trafficked youth
by Covenant House – $250k (top 2 get funding)
Covenant House is the largest privately funded agency in America providing food, shelter, immediate crisis care and other important services to homeless, throwaway, and runaway kids. We strive to move each kid forward toward an independent adulthood free from the risk of future homelessness.
- To provide food to 1000 infants & toddlers in our Mother/Child program
- To help homeless mothers build a future for themselves & their babies
- To stay open 24/7/365 to any kid who comes to our door
Rehabilitate Victims of HUMAN TRAFFICKING
by International Sanctuary – $250k (top 2 get funding)
International Sanctuary (iSanctuary) empowers survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. iSanctuary is working to ensure survivors receive all the elements necessary for restoration, including education, counseling, vocational training, and mental, emotional healing.
- Provide survivors the means to self-sufficiency and reintegration
- Provide a place and opportunity for survivors to grow professionally
- The ability for survivors of human trafficking to earn an income
24 Hr Drop-In Center for Human Sex Trafficking Prostitution Victims
by Genesis Project – $250k (top 2 get funding)
I am a Police Officer in Seatac Wa, with KCSO. I’ve been in Law Enforcement for 13 yrs and in the last 9 yrs I’ve contacted and or arrested over 500 prostitutes. Many of whom are juveniles between the ages of 12-17. These girls are modern-day slaves forced into the life. We are taking a stand!
- Provide Shelter / Safety / Food / & Rehabilitation for these girls
Expose, Fight and End Child Sex Slavery and Exploitation
by Redlight Children – $50k (top 10 get funding)
Redlight Children is a human rights based nonprofit organization aimed at generating conscious concern for, and ending the demand for child slavery and exploitation. We use mass media to promote awareness, and our efforts include the K11 project-3 films designed to expose the industry.
- Expose the issue of child slavery and exploitation in the US
- Fight against perpetrators through advocating for stricter legislation
- Collaborate with other nonprofits, corporations, universities, etc
- Raise awareness and promote our films in communities nationwide
- Raise awareness and promote our cause on universities nationwide
Develop the Next Generation of Civic Leaders
by Center for Progressive Leadership – $250k (top 2 get funding)
Construct an English Language Learning Center in Omaha, Nebraska
by Alee Forsythe – $250k (top 2 get funding)
*I like this because it can be used to help educate and acclimate victims who are trafficked into the US by teaching them the local language*
Restore Outreach Services to the Homeless in Columbus, OH
by The Open Shelter, Inc. – $50k (top 10 get funding)
Provide Suicide Prevention and Education to People in Cincinnati, OH
by Centerpoint Health – $50k (top 10 get funding)
Provide Properly Fitting Shoes to Children in Desperate Need
by Shoes 4 the Shoeless – $50k (top 10 get funding)
Thanks for stopping by! I would love to put a banner up for you all. I sent you an email, so feel free to send over anything I would need.
Thank you for your support!
I’m working at Covenant House and we really appreciate it.
I have seen on Twitter and reading your blog that you care about homeless and trafficked kids. Would you consider posting a banner on your blog during a few days (for Holiday season) to help us get year-end donations and keep our doors open for those kids?
Please let me know, my email is sbargue(at)covenanthouse.org.
Thank you again for everything you do for homeless people,