On July 30th, the world recognizes human trafficking as a horrendous crime that exploits women, children, and men in their countries and abroad. In 2013, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons to bring awareness about the situation of victims of human trafficking and their rights. The goal is to prevent abuse, exploitation, and eliminate all forms of violence and forced labor.
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One of the greatest joys of life in my 86th year of life is hearing from or about a SafeHouse graduate who has embraced her true beauty, strength, worth and wisdom as a daughter of God and transformed her life. There are so many! Added to this is knowing of the expansion of the original vision for SafeHouse into the Hope Center and other work reaching out and supporting more homeless sex trafficked and prostituted women to do the same. Soon, SafeHouse will reach an amazing 25th Anniversary. Thank you so much for being part of this.
- Reverend Glenda Hope
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International Women’s Day is a day to recognize the extraordinary work of women across the globe. During these trying times, women all over are leading by example and rising to the challenges faced in the world today. San Francisco SafeHouse honors these exemplary sheroes in making this world a better place.
As a women's organization that provides housing and a wide array of supportive services to women experiencing housing instability and sexual exploitation, we want to thank all our supporters for their commitment and contributions which has helped make a difference for all the women at SafeHouse.
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