Hundreds of thousands of American children are sex trafficked every year. SURVIVOR IDENTIFICATION IS AT 1%.
Employee engagement is critical to eradicating trafficking. Join the LEADERS IN FREEDOM, socially responsible companies equipping employees to spot, report, & prevent trafficking.
Define a crystal clear moral imperative that every frontline employee can support in their day-to-day.
Top experts in the fight against human trafficking to guide and endorse your efforts.
Build alliances with likeminded organizations forming the vanguard of a movement for freedom.
Equip employees with the skills they need to spot the indicators of human trafficking specific to their work environments and submit a report to local law enforcement and the national human trafficking hotline.
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This one-of-a-kind CSR strategy was created by founders Kristi Wells (CEO) and Brittany Dunn (COO).
The heart behind the certification? Showing that shining a light on a dark issue really does pay in business.
“The genius of this program is that it activates the hearts of our employees to apply the values we already espouse in ways that help the world for a higher purpose.”
Tom, Pest Control CEO
“I've never seen an employee response that even comes close to what I've seen with the Safe House Project training. Our guards have truly found a deeper purpose in their work.”
Rod, Private Security CHRO
“Corporate social responsibility as it was really meant to be. Turns the 8-hour workday of the average employee into a force for real world change.”
Rose, Telecom CPO