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Your Business Can Fight Sex Trafficking

Partner with us to transform the lives of survivors and protect children from a life of exploitation.

You can fund proven, powerful solutions that help bring freedom to the exploited and end sex trafficking in our communities. Selah Freedom offers partners a strategic way to demonstrate your corporate, foundational values to stakeholders and consumers. Combining a collaborative approach with our proven solutions means we can make the most of the partnership, increasing the number of lives we will change together.

Join other leading corporations and foundations who invest in our proven solutions to save and restore precious young lives and make a lasting impact in the fight against sex trafficking.

How Your Business Can Unite With Selah Freedom

Cause Marketing

Connect more deeply with existing customers, employees and prospects by supporting initiatives that are important to them.

Philanthropic Giving

Become a champion for the movement to end sex trafficking with an annual gift

Sponsorships

Gain visibility and show your corporate support of ending sexual exploitation through sponsoring Selah Freedom campaigns and events.

Employee Giving Programs

​​Instill freedom into the core of your company culture through the creation of an employee giving program that allows employees easy access to become valuable monthly contributors to Selah Freedom

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