Forced labor is common in prisons and immigrant detention centers throughout the US.
Senhoa Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to combating modern slavery through long-lasting partnerships with excellent local partners. Our programs in support of vulnerable persons and survivors are delivered in conjunction with on-the-ground partners.
We choose to work with organizations that already have a track record of exceptional work. Together with our partners, we combine our knowledge and experience to create holistic prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs that are also culturally sensitive and respectful of our service users.
Senhoa Foundation supports vulnerable persons and survivors of human trafficking through prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs. We provide funding and capacity building through long-lasting partnerships to establish sustainable programs that serve underprivileged women and children.
We believe in:
Educational and social programs for intellectual empowerment.
Income generation for women’s economic and personal independence.
Using business sensibilities to achieve humanitarian goals.
Disadvantaged communities will be free from oppression, poverty and discrimination; have equal access to education and empowered to fulfill their goals, aspirations and reach their highest potential.