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MadeForThem™ is a social enterprise combating human trafficking and aiding in survivor rehabilitation.
MadeForThem™ is a non-profit organization social enterprise dedicated to combating human trafficking and human rights issues dealing with abuse, neglect and exploitation, of men, women, and children through the vehicle of fashion.
Our primary focuses are: 1. Raise financial resources to support organizations who are already engaged in combating human trafficking. 2. Educate consumers through the MadeForThem clothing line. 3. Partnering with other CBO’s and initiatives to build, support and train for comprehensive services. 4. Provide jobs and job training opportunities through MadeForThem™ manufacturing/design house. 5. Be a primary resource to promote socially responsible businesses.
Education is one of the primary foundations to eradicating modern day slavery. MadeForThem™ brand will be a household name for fashionable and trend-setting, ready-to-wear clothing, known for raising resources to fight for those without a voice.
How We Make A Difference
MadeForThem™ is a non-profit 501(c)(3) social enterprise that began with a vision to help raise awareness and resources to combat human trafficking using the vehicle of fashion. Human trafficking is a lucrative industry, and has been identified as the fastest growing criminal industry in the world. Using fashion and events as a catalyst, MadeForThem™ is evolving into becoming a leading national organization that uses fashion to raise awareness and resources for the 35.8 MILLION Men, Women and Children in forced labor and sexual exploitation.
We commit to combat human trafficking, promote social justice and human rights through fashion, advocacy and providing survivor services. Creating a fashionable and ready-to-wear clothing line, our business model is structured that 100% of profits go to the mission to combat human trafficking.
There are five F.A.C.E.S. of MadeForThem are Fashion | Advocacy | Community | Education & Prevention | Survivor Services.