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JOIN THE FIGHT

HOW TO

 

GET INVOLVED

Explore the many ways that you can directly make an impact in the fight against sexual slavery. We believe sex trafficking is a problem with a solution, but it will take all of us.

 
 

FEATURED

PARTNERS

We value and rely on our many partners in the field, from volunteers and funders to employers and experts. It's impossible to highlight just one, so we are featuring three key partners who have contributed to our mission in unique ways this year.

 
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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Of the 98 U.S. nonprofits with a primary mission to serve survivors of trafficking, Restore was selected as one of five organizations to receive a three-year grant from the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime. This DOJ grant annually funds $200,000 of Restore’s Safehome program costs, or almost half of the Safehome’s overall budget.

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ROBIN HOOD GRIT

This year, Restore was selected to join the Robin Hood Foundation’s “Grant Readiness and Insights Training” program (GRIT). This capacity-building effort for New York City nonprofit executives involves workshops and individualized coaching for each organization chosen to participate. We are profoundly grateful for Robin Hood equipping our leadership team and making us better in every part of our organization. 

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IRVING FARM COFFEE ROASTERS

With nine locations in New York City and a commitment to hiring locally, Irving Farm Coffee Roasters has been a valuable partner in our efforts to equip foreign-nationals survivors with the skills to find safe, legitimate jobs. We are particularly thankful for Irving Farm's insight that has informed our work-readiness curriculum in our Economic Empowerment program.