Fighting Human Trafficking
As "Free" Methodists freedom is part of our DNA. As such we support the Set Free Movement and look for ways to fight human trafficking in our local community and the world at large.
SEED Livelihood’s goal is that groups will create ongoing, long-term sustainable business ventures; we want to partner in creating independence, not dependence. We work hard to affirm and empower the gifts, skills, and experiences people already have: we don’t start or manage the group, they start themselves. Our primary focus is on the economics of a community, relying on the local churches to provide venues for worship, spiritual growth, and outreach. We aim to work with groups that encourage, support, and hold accountable their members so that all can develop well.
Eden's Glory is a home fortifying survivors, educating communities, and working to end human trafficking all for the glory of God.
We offer a Christ-centered residential and outpatient treatment program for adult women, ages 18 thru 30 who are survivors of human trafficking. We resource community members and any key leaders to prevent and intervene in human trafficking in your community and ours.
Divine Chocolate is a global, farmer-owned chocolate company. We use the amazing power of chocolate to delight and engage. We bring people together to create dignified trading relations, empowering both producers and consumers.
It is Divine’s founding purpose to help farmers gain a share of the wealth they are helping to create, putting them higher up the value chain. In doing so, this creates a supply chain that shares value more equitably and serves as an example of a viable model for how to secure the sustainable future of cocoa and cocoa farming