With the help of Lennar Homes, Made For Them launches a pop-up social enterprise. On October 2-4 at Manchester Center you can purchase designer model home furniture and accessories at 40%-60% off retail prices. All proceeds go to open C.O.R.E. Made For Them’s re-entry workforce program.
SHOP • DINE • BOOK A SERVICE
COME BACK SOON for a list of local restaurants, services and retailers partnering with FIGHT 4 COMMUNITY 2020 to give back 10% – 50% of sales to support programs for survivors of human trafficking in the Central Valley.
and we have a new home.
We have found our new home and honored to partner with Iglesia Nueva Vision (INV). Learn more about our friends at INV, what we’re doing together, and how you can help us make this a beautiful, safe and secure space.
A few things we’re passionate about
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has.
– Margaret Mead
HEAL • EMPOWER • EMPLOY
We have been developing C.O.R.E. (Creating Opportunities to Restore and Empower), Made For Them’s trauma informed workforce re-entry program for the women and children of most need in our community, and getting ready to launch in 2021. A program like no other.
Made For Them offers a variety of trainings on trauma, resiliency, human trafficking, culture humility, and youth trainings. We have transformed our in-person trainings to a 100% virtual during this COVID_19 season.
We survive by our generous volunteers. We know how good it feels to serve, so we have been intentional about creating opportunities for all ages to be involved in creating change. Consider a community action team, mentoring, teaching, hosting events, making calls, legislation, fundraising, etc.
Made For Them is working alongside legislators and other organizations making our voice heard in local, State and International policy. See how you can be a part of our 2021 legislation to better support survivors of human trafficking in California.