BECOME A FREEDOM PARTNER!
Freedom Partners are businesses, churches and organizations supporting Scarlet Road and our anti-human trafficking efforts. Learn about the different ways you can make a difference below!
To become a Freedom Partner please fill out the form below. Once you sign up, we will work with you to provide a custom resource packet for you and your business.
We are so grateful you want to help anti-human trafficking efforts!
CURRENT FREEDOM PARTNERS – THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO HELPING EVERY PERSON LIVE A VIBRANT LIFE OF FREEDOM!
Dove House Advocacy Services
Kitsap Mental Health Services
The Salvation Army
WAYS TO ENGAGE
CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT – engage your customers in the month of January to spread awareness and/or raise money for anti-human trafficking efforts locally
- Commit to talking with customers/clients about the issue during the month of January
- Allow a portion of your retail or counter space to be used as an information station
- Display content on your website about Human Trafficking Prevention
- Table tent
FINANCIAL ENGAGEMENT – partner financially to support local anti-human trafficking efforts
- Donate a percentage of profits for the month or a specific day
- Host an event/fundraiser; this can be virtual too
- Have a donation box at your retail location for the month of January for customers to give
- Company financial contribution to Scarlet Road
- Provide a company employee donation match to Scarlet Road
- Encourage employees to donate to Scarlet Road one time or monthly (even $10 helps!)
STAFF ENGAGEMENT – engage your staff in anti-human trafficking training, volunteering, fundraising or creating policies that are in line with anti-human trafficking
- Commit to all employees completing Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking (BEST) anti-human trafficking training
- Offer an in-person training for your employees or incentive for them to attend our volunteer training
- Set a company goal for volunteer hours
- Become a Safe Employer for victims of sexual exploitation
- Evaluate policies and practices to better address, identify and resource victims of human trafficking
SOCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS – Making a specific effort to identify and safely care for victims of sexual exploitation
- Recommended protocol for implementing safe services and referrals for victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation
- Housing organizations, Case management support, Job skills programs, Youth programs, Medical/Mental Health Programs, Ministry/Church can all partner in unique ways, we would love to connect with how your organization can partner specifically
If you have further questions or want to discuss more with our staff, please email email@example.com