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NGO Representatives

Amy Bradford
Bridget Coonan
Dee Lucas

NGO Overview, Mission, and Purpose: What We Are About and Who We Help

Ambassadors of Hope works to spread awareness about sex trafficking going on in the United States and beyond. We provide an opportunity for girls and women trapped in this situation to create a life outside of the sex industry.

Shared Hope International is dedicated to bringing an end to sex trafficking through our three pronged approach: Prevent, Restore, and Bring justice to those who deserve it.

NGO "Bottom Line": How We Make an Impact

• Step 1 Prevention

o Training – We equip first responders and community members to identify warning signs of trafficking and employ intervention techniques to rescue child trafficking victims.

o Research – Our sex trafficking research promotes the creation of promising practices and the development of effective intervention and response.

o Awareness – We advance the prioritization of ending child sex slavery by initiating campaigns that raise alarm in communities.

o Collaboration – We share our expertise and resources to accelerate solutions to combat sexual exploitation.

• Step 2 Restore

o Programs– We support safe homes, medical care, education, vocational training, therapy, and outreach and intervention services for survivors.

o Partners– Our funding and strategic support allows local anti-trafficking organizations in Fiji, India, Jamaica, Nepal and the U.S. to care for victims

o Stories of Hope– Survivors of trafficking share their story to encourage others to seek healing and advocate for justice.

• Step 3 Bring Justice to those who need it

o Policy Development – Our initiatives advance the development of stronger, targeted legislation and policy to combat injustice and protect victims.

o Legislative Action Center– Advocate for improvements in public justice systems by contacting policy leaders and media outlets about sex trafficking laws in your state.

o Bill Tracking – Monitor and support pending state and federal legislation related to domestic minor sex trafficking

NGO Organization Details and Location: Headquarters and Global Outreach

Shared Hope International

P.O. Box 65337

Vancouver, WA 98665
Phone: 1-866-HER-LIFE

(1-866-437-5433)

E-mail: savelives@sharedhope.org

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NGO Job Openings: Who, Why, Where, When, and for How Much?

Careers – Find a rewarding career where you can apply your skills and experience to an issue you’re passionate about. We’re hiring!

Hope Fellowships – Fellowships are designed for law students, graduate students and professionals seeking to commit three months to a year to advance the protection of women and children through research-intensive projects.

Women’s Investment Network Internships – This nine-month training program is available to women who have overcome difficult life experiences and are seeking to develop skills and gain practical job experience.

Internships – Students or recent graduates can apply their knowledge and skills in a professional, non-profit environment to make a difference and expand their understanding of sex trafficking, sex tourism, grassroots activism and policy change.

Volunteer - Shared Hope volunteers are passionate, justice-seeking activists in the Vancouver, Washington area devoted to protecting and restoring human dignity.

Ambassadors of Hope – Ambassadors are volunteer representatives of Shared Hope to bring our message and spread awareness about trafficking at local community and professional events.

Why You Should Join Us...

Shared Hope International offers a rewarding, awe-inspiring job where you have the opportunity to make an impact on someone everyday. You are able to take part in ending sex-trafficking and helping those recover from it. Not many jobs can offer this same experience and can make this much of an impact on your life.

Our NGO Website

http://sharedhope.org/