January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month
What difference are you making?
Shifting Your Dollars for Good
Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world, and third in total revenue behind the arms and drug trades. The battle continues largely because people either don't know how to help or they don't think they can make a difference. The truth is, you can make a difference. By shopping with B Corps like Sudara, your dollars fuel a virtuous supply chain that empowers women to escape or avoid sex trafficking.
Quality Plus Mission
Our customers tell us they choose Sudara for the beautiful craftsmanship of our pajamas and loungewear, equally weighted with their drive to be part of our mission. By shifting dollars, Sudara shoppers empower women around the world to end cycles of sex slavery.
- Supports holistic wellness services such as safe housing, medical care, counseling, and childcare for women escaping sex trafficking
- Helps fund education and skills training programs that lead to dignified, sustainable employment - and freedom
- Creates community and support for women who may have been isolated or neglected
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Our prints are named in honor of the women we support and the stories they share with us. Here is the story of “Varasi.”
Varasi’s parents died when she was very young. Her aunt and uncle had promised to take care of her but ended up selling her to a brothel. Varasi was desperate to get out of this situation and felt trapped for years.
She was able to escape and was brought to a restoration home run by one of our partners. Through the eleven month program in the home, women and girls like Varasi receive medical care, mental health care, education, and love from an organization that works to build them up and give them hope for the future. While living in the home, Varasi received counseling and care while she completed basic and advanced computer skills training courses.
Immediately after her graduation, Varasi was offered a position as a data entry operator. Because of her training, Varasi is able to support herself and is proud of her job. She believes that because of her training and support, her life has been transformed and she can now hold her head up with confidence.