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Today's Date 04/25/18
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  • 04/25 Wednesday
    American Growth and Global Leadership | A Conversation with General Wesley Clark
    7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    04/28 Saturday
    Open Arts Studio for Families
    10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
    Grace Farms Tour
    12:45 PM – 2:15 PM

American Growth and Global Leadership | A Conversation with General Wesley Clark




2018 Highlights

In 2018, the Foundation focused its advocacy efforts on holding accountable for its role as one of the largest online platforms for sex trafficking. In February, Grace Farms Foundation joined six other prominent organizations – YWCA Greenwich, Global Partnership to End Human Trafficking, The Underground, Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants, Center for Youth Leadership and Center for Human Trafficking Court Solutions –to draft a co-signed letter to Connecticut State Attorney General, George Jepsen, asking his office to investigate and file suit against for its knowing participation in the trafficking of Connecticut’s children.

This type of continued commitment to raise attention to the harm caused by Backpage was a crucial contribution to the enforcement action that shut down Backpage’s website on April 5th. The victory represents another step forward in the Foundation’s efforts to demonstrate that the eradication of this heinous crime can, and must, happen and represents critical progress in our fight to end modern-day slavery.

Fighting Human Trafficking in Conflict

Justice Initiative Overview | Eradicating Child Exploitation

Justice Initiative Launch | Eradicating Child Trafficking

Made in a Free World


Department of Children and Family Services

The International Institute of Connecticut

Love 146

Domestic Violence Crisis Center

Family ReEntry

Grace Farms Foundation is a member of Made in a Free World, and has been certified as an organization with a clean supply chain, free from connections to slave labor, and is advocating awareness of the presence of slave labor in global supply chains. Find out how to become a member of Made in a Free World and reduce your slavery footprint here.

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Polaris is a leader in the global fight to eradicate modern slavery. Named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., Polaris systematically disrupts the human trafficking networks that rob human beings of their lives and their freedom. Donate here.

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The Department of Children and Families works together with families and communities for children who are healthy, safe, smart, and strong. For volunteer opportunities, contact Dayna R. Snell.

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The International Institute of Connecticut (IICONN) is a statewide not-for-profit human services agency that provides services to new immigrants and refugees in Connecticut to help them become self-sufficient, integrated and contributing members of the community. IICONN also provides special services to victims of serious crimes such as human trafficking, torture, and domestic violence. For more information about donations, contact Luke Sharples. For volunteer opportunities, contact Mentor Coordinator Helen DeKorne.

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Love146 is an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care, prevention education, professional training and empowering movement. Donate here. You can also join a Love146 Volunteer Team near you, or register a new Volunteer Team.

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The Domestic Violence Crisis Center provides confidential services at no charge to anyone who is a victim of domestic abuse or domestic violence. For volunteer opportunities, contact Allison Roach

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Family ReEntry’s mission is to develop, implement, and share innovative, sustainable, cost-effective solutions to the unprecedented numbers of people involved in the criminal justice system. For volunteer opportunities, email Jeffrey Earls, Director of Development, or call 203-290-0865.

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