Your Gifts Support Freedom

In just a few years, She Has A Name has gone from a start-up event that brought awareness and funds to a robust ministry and resource in the community. Our work to empower survivors would not be possible without individuals like you who have chosen to generously invest in the abolition community.

Here's how you're joining our work:

Strategies for Success

Survivors

We act as a resource to survivors by standing in the gap between restorative care and transitional employment by teaching job skills that contribute to transformational work. Survivors of human trafficking often face intense employment barriers. By offering one-on-one mentorship and  Strategies for Success classes, our hope is that more and more survivors would be restored into society, welcomed in the workplace and thriving in their community. You can learn more about this initiative here.

The is a 6-week, 6-credit college course in partnership with Harrison College which is held twice a year, teaching up to 30 survivors of human trafficking. 

2017 Investment | $21,820.00

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Partners

As a resource to practitioners, we connect existing efforts with best practices, evidence-based research, and community capital to provide exceptional care to survivors. You can learn more about this initiative here. 

10 Columbus College of Art and Design students are matched with 5 anti-trafficking organizations including CATCH Court, Freedom A La Cart and Safe Harbor to complete 7 pathfinder projects in a semester

2017 Investment | $8,720.00

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Community

We stand as a community resource to equip individuals and organizations with knowledge about what human trafficking is and how they can become a part of the solution. She Has A Name provides community education through a unique curriculum that addresses human trafficking education and awareness. We hold quarterly classes that offer a framework to understand human trafficking and serve survivors. Training focuses on the needs of survivors, working with survivors, and getting connected.

This 3-week, 6-hour course is quarterly, educating over 400 individuals in a year. 

2017 Investment | $7,850.00