Safe Place: Supporting Survivors of Human Trafficking a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was founded with hopes of bringing much needed resources to the women and children who have been victims of trafficking in Eastern Europe.
Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime estimates that approximately 140,000 people across Europe are enslaved in human trafficking at any given time.
Safe Place's primary goal is to ensure that women and children in Romania who have been victimized are afforded the resources and security necessary to become re-acclimated to life outside of the human trafficking industry.
Safe Place does not directly conduct charitable activities abroad, but provides funds through grants to charities operating within Romania. We aim to make these funds more readily available to trusted service providers, freeing up their time and energy to fulfill their mission.
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