Survivors of sex trafficking face many challenges along the path to recovery.
The cost of an education, a car repair, or a medical bill can stand in the way of a survivor living a full and healthy life. The pandemic impacted many survivors who lost viable employment and struggled to pay for basic needs such as rent, food, or childcare. The Ginny Fund was there for them.
The Ginny Fund ensures that survivors don’t have to choose between having a roof over their heads or pursuing their dreams.
The short video below features Deborah Tillman, Ginny Fund Manager, describing a moving grant request from a survivor.
You can change a life today by donating to The Ginny Fund or becoming a StolenYouth Sustainer with a monthly gift. Your recurring gift provides mission-critical support as we work to end child sex trafficking in Washington state.
To end child sex trafficking in Washington state.
child sex trafficking before it happens
victims to resources and services
positive and productive lives
CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING’S IMPACT ON CHILDREN OF COLOR
“SPD is our ally in fighting sex trafficking” Seattle Times (07/31/2020)
Seattle Police detectives and advocates work to fight human trafficking and the commercial sexual abuse of children...
Seattle Times (07/22/19)
Jeffrey Epstein case underscores the vulnerability of exploited girls.
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King 5 News (07/16/19)
Seattle-based organization raising awareness about child sex trafficking nationally and in Washington state… READ MORE>>
FOSTA-SESTA Anti-Traffi cking Bill Passed (03/27/2018)
In a landslide vote of 97-2, the Senate passed the FOSTA-SESTA bill which takes direct aim at websites that facilitate and profit from sex trafficking…. READ MORE>>
“I Am Jane Doe” Takes On Backpage (01/16/2017)
The New Yorker magazine’s take on the new film, “I Am Jane Doe.”
Misunderstanding the Issue
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