The Abolish Slavery Coalition proudly supports and promotes the following anti-human trafficking organizations:
International Sanctuary (iSanctuary), founded in 2007 by Stephanie Pollaro and Wendy Dailey, provides vocational training options for survivors of human trafficking in Mumbai, India by teaching them jewelry making skills. iSanctuary sells jewelry made by survivors in its programs with all proceeds donated directly to the organization to continue to support survivors. iSanctuary provides vocational training options for survivors of human trafficking in Orange County by teaching job skills to survivors who help process sales of jewelry made by survivors in India. The organization advocates for exploited people of the world, educates the public about human trafficking and its prevention, and is instrumental in providing survivors the means to be reintegrated as valued members of their community.
Ways to get involved with iSanctuary to help fight human trafficking:
- Shop. Purchase with a purpose when shopping iSanctuary’s stunning jewelry collection! 100 percent of proceeds are donated to continue to support survivors who iSanctuary works with.
- Volunteer. Volunteer as a student or field intern, help with trunk shows, or connect with iSanctuary chapters in your area. Click here to learn more about volunteer opportunities with iSanctuary.
The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force
The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force (OCHTTF) was founded in 2004 and is a collaboration of Law Enforcement, Non-Governmental Organizations, Faith Based Organizations and the community. The purpose of the OCHTTF is to work together to protect victims, prosecute offenders and prevent further perpetration of this crime in Orange County, Calif.
Lead agencies include Westminster Police Department, CSP (Community Service Programs) Inc. Victim Assistance Programs,Anaheim Police Department, Assistant United States Attorney, Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Salvation Army and Public Law Center.
Ways to help the OCHTTF combat human trafficking: