Leaders in the Telecommunications Industry Partner with 3Strands Global Foundation to Develop Industry-Tailored Human Trafficking Prevention Training
Leaders in the telecommunications industry have partnered with 3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF), a Sacramento-based nonprofit working to end human trafficking throughout the US. The goal is to educate telecommunications professionals on the signs of human trafficking and train them on how to recognize, notify and report the crime.
El Dorado Hills Rotary Presents 3Strands Global Foundation with a Grant to Further the Reintegration of Survivors of Human Trafficking and Those At-Risk of Exploitation
3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF) received a grant from El Dorado Hills Rotary, which will further propel the organization’s work with survivors of human trafficking and those at-risk of being exploited.
3Strands Global Foundation featured in December 2020 Safer Buildings Coalition Newsletter
It is an underreported and often misunderstood crime, but human trafficking is a very real problem with victims across the world. In the US alone, the federal government filed 145 new human trafficking cases in 2019...
3Strands Global Foundation featured in November 2020 Safer Buildings Coalition Newsletter
Led by Laurie Caruso, CEO of Safe-Fi Technologies and Chair of the Community Affairs workgroup, Safer Buildings Coalition works closely with a number of organizations across the country to raise awareness about important causes and further the Safer Buildings Coalition mission. One of these organizations is 3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF) with which SBC works to combat human trafficking.
3Strands Global Foundation Partners with Project Protect Our Children to Prevent Human Trafficking in Texas
3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF), was founded in a sleepy suburb of California after a local teen was lured from a grocery store parking lot and trafficked. She was recovered, but a group of advocates decided that more needed to be done in the community. 3Strands Global Foundation believes that prevention changes everything and has since expanded the reach of their multiple prevention initiatives throughout California, Utah and Texas.
Local Girl Scout Partners with 3Strands Global on Gold Award Project
“Make the world a better place”, this is a line from the Girl Scout law that means so much to Girl Scouts around the world. As a part of this incredible organization, Allyson Jolly, a rising junior at Ponderosa High School, has been a Girl Scout since kindergarten. Always active in community service through scouting, Key Club, Warm Winters, and FFA her Girl Scout Gold Award project is the most impactful opportunity she has had to date. The Girl Scout Gold Award is equivalent to the Boy Scout Eagle Award with prerequisites and culminating in a lasting and self-sustaining act of community service that must total at least 80 hours of work. These projects provide girls with many life skills such as communication, financing, and planning.
3Strands Global Foundation’s PROTECT Human Trafficking Prevention Education Program Launches Successful Rollout After Vetted by Utah State Board of Education
PROTECT Prevention Education, a program co-founded by El Dorado Hills-based 3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF) and partners, Love Never Fails and Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives was vetted and approved by the full Board of Education for the state of Utah and has now launched its official rollout in Utah schools.
3SGF Awarded Texas Grant to Prevent Human Trafficking - The PROTECT Program Will Launch in Texas
3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF), an El Dorado Hills-based non-profit that mobilizes communities to combat human trafficking through prevention education and reintegration, was awarded a grant by the state of Texas to deliver prevention education to the two largest school districts in the state.
President Signs Frederick Douglass Act Into Law Underscores the Importance of Human Trafficking Prevention
Today, President Trump signed the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act. This bill is the fifth reauthorization of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 with previous versions passed in 2003, 2005, 2008 and 2013. The Frederick Douglass Act, however, is the first to highlight the increasing relevance of prevention in the fight to end human trafficking by including the strategy within the legislation’s title.
Greater Sacramento New Car Dealers Association Raise Funds to Combat Human Trafficking
The Greater Sacramento New Car Dealers Association announced their support in the fight against human trafficking with a donation of over $44,000.00 to 3Strands Global Foundation (3SGF), a Sacramento-based non-profit combatting human trafficking through prevention. 3SGF has been combatting human trafficking since 2010 and will use the funds to continue their missional focus of educating students and teachers on human trafficking and reintegrating survivors and those at-risk. This announcement comes on the heels of the TIP report announcement from Washington D.C. which still identifies California to have the highest number of incidents of human trafficking in the nation.
Attorney General Becerra Joins Civic Leaders to Support First-in-the-Nation Education and Training in Schools to Prevent Human Trafficking
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra today joined Assemblymember Rob Bonta (D-Oakland), Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, and representatives from the California Department of Education, California Department of Social Services, California Teachers Association, and 3Strands Global Foundation to announce the implementation of Assembly Bill 1227, the Human Trafficking Prevention Education and Training Act (AB 1227).
American River Bank Foundation Funds 3Strands Global Foundation's Reintegration Program Employ + Empower
During Human Trafficking Awareness Month, American River Bank Foundation showed support of local anti - human trafficking efforts by funding 3Strands Global Foundation ’s reintegration program Employ + Empower, a program providing sustainable employment opportunities for survivors of human trafficking and at - risk youth in the Sacramento area
Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Supports Human Trafficking Awareness Da and Applauds Groundbreaking Human Trafficking Legislation
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson toda y recognized National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and applauded the Governor and the Legislature for passing a law - making California the first state to adopt human trafficking training for teachers and students.
3Strands Global Foundation Selected as 2018 Semifinalist for SVP Sacramento to Fast Pitch
Social Venture Partners of Sacramento (SVP), a network of engaged philanthropists focused on improving Sacramento-area education, announced today that 3Strands Global Foundation has been selected as a semi-finalist for SVP Sacramento Fast Pitch, to be hosted at Golden 1 Center.
Governor Brown took action to protect California’s youth by requiring public schools to offer education and training on human trafficking identification and prevention. Introduced by Assemblyman Bonta (D - 18) and sponsored by 3Strands Global Foundation, AB 1227 went through the legisl ati ve process without a single “no” vote .