One of the LBD Project's foundational purposes is to assist smaller organizations to raise funds for themselves. We have seen this to be one of the best way to end modern slavery on a local level, both by providing a way for volunteers to be engaged and bringing in funding. Below is our current list of local non-profits whom LBD Project participants are fundraising for. 

GenerateHope provides a safe place for survivors of sex trafficking to be restored through long-term housing, healing, psychotherapy and education. Since recovery from sexual exploitation is a long-term process, GenerateHope provides individualized support to work through past trauma until the women reach the ability to live independently and become a positive influence on their communities and future generations. 

Alabaster Jar Project exists to empower survivors of human trafficking. They do this through a drop-in resource center in North County San Diego, which provides clothing, toiletries, nonperishable food items, and baby needs. They also operate safe living environment and transitional housing that facilitates spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional healing along with an array of support services and educational opportunities. Lastly, they provide vocational opportunities and training through their social enterprise. 

Present Age Ministries is a nonprofit organization committed to combating sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of teen girls, with a focus on awareness and residential housing. Their goal is to provide an environment and programs conducive to helping survivors heal and transition to independence.

Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative is a faith-based 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to eradicate human trafficking locally through awareness, advocacy, prayer and victim services. Their strategy is to network, serve, pray, and create awareness to mobilize the local Church and community to make a difference in their own neighborhoods and ultimately, eradicate human trafficking in Northern Virginia. 

Sisters of the Streets mission is to foster hope, love, and freedom from domestic sex trafficking and exploitation. We are survivor led and founded. We believe in providing a safe place for women of all backgrounds and not only raising awareness on the diverse areas of exploitation but also reforming the social stigmas on those exploited as well as those that exploit. We believe in a sisterhood among survivors that can impact a change for the future.


Do you want your Organization on here?

One of the things we love about the LBD Project is that it exists to help your non-profit raise funds for itself. Contact us.