Maslow Project (Medford, Oregon)
Maslow Project’s mission is to offer every homeless child and youth the probability of success and the opportunity for a better life. We do this by providing resources for basic needs, removing barriers to education and employment, and fostering self-sufficiency in a collaborative and empowering environment.
Facebook: Maslow Project
Hamari Muskan (Kolkata, India)
Hamari Muskan’s mission is to reduce the incidence of child and women prostitution and flesh trading. We do this by empowering all the children living in the red light area to realize their rights to survival, development and protection from exploitation and abuse.
Facebook: Hamari Muskan
Wake Up! (Ashland, OR)
Wake up! Is a non-profit located in Ashland, Oregon that provides direct therapeutic services to victims of sexual violence.
Contact: Nadejda Razi-Roberts
ECPAT USA (Brooklyn, NY)
More than twenty-five years ago, ECPAT-USA became the first U.S.-based nonprofit to work on the issue of commercial sexual exploitation of children. ECPAT-USA started with sex tourism, helping to get legislation passed that ensured that Americans who traveled abroad to buy sex with minors could be prosecuted in the US for sexually exploiting children in other countries.
SART (Jackson County, OR)
The Sexual Assault Response Team of Jackson County supports victims of sexual violence by providing free medical care, forensic evidence collection, emotional support and a survivors’ support group. They also work to hold offenders accountable, and to help prevent sexual violence through community involvement and change.