Updates

Hello fall and hello SAFE friends! We hope you're enjoying the change of seasons, the transition to shorter days, and cozy times inside. Thanks to you, trafficking survivors are also able to have cozy times in safe housing, jobs to go to on these shorter days,...

As you spend time celebrating our country's independence this week, we hope you'll rejoice knowing that victims and survivors of sex trafficking are also gaining independence across Washington state!Read on for some fantastic updates from our SAFE partners.Survivors are getting jobs and moving forward...

SAFE is on to Phase Three!!But it wouldn't be right to leave Phase Twobehind without sharing and celebratingall the VICTORIES our partners accomplished.2,615 students reached withprevention curriculum!17,000 sex purchasesdisrupted using technology!1,378 employers trained to spot and respond to trafficking!69 survivors helped toward employment! 1,000+ nights of...

Preventing the next victim As we engage in more parts of the fight against sexual exploitation, we know going upstream will pay huge dividends in reducing the number of victims and perpetrators in the future.  We are grateful to be partnering with Seattle Against Slavery (SAS)...

Can you smell victory? We can! We're excited to report that your contributions to SAFE helped us complete our Phase One strategy! Phase One was all about providing a safe place for girls and women to escape sexual exploitation.  REST did that through their Emergency Receiving Center (ERC) and...