Rating: 4.83 stars 12 12 reviews
Civil Rights, International, Crime & Law, Women, Human Trafficking
PO Box 53315 Washington DC 20009 USA
Polaris Project is committed to combating human trafficking and modern-day slavery, which is the second-largest and fastest growing criminal industry in the world. Polaris Project's comprehensive approach includes conducting direct victim identification, providing critical social services, advocating for strong laws and legal protection, and building the next generation of anti-trafficking leaders. Polaris Project works to have a direct impact on individual lives today, while also fighting for long-term systemic changes.
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I meet and talk with incredible non-profit organizations all day long but some do stand out more than others - Polaris is one of those organizations. It might be because they are a organization here in DC where I live and work -so, I get to see the amazing leadership, dedication and commitment to our local community. I get to see how the organization strives to bring the issue of Human Trafficking to the forefront of our community so that we understand that this issue is not just a problem facing developing countries but its right here in our own city. I commend the staff of this organization who work night and day, to make sure this issue is understood, that their programs address the problems afflicted directly to our citizens and that there is policy change at a broader level to prevent trafficking here and abroad.
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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
They are easy to work with and well organizated.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Dedicated, motivated, committed. All showed great leadership and are incredibly smart.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Spend it very wisely!
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