Our organization is named after a girl named Nomi, whom our founders, Diana and Alissa, met while volunteering at a rescue shelter in Cambodia over a decade ago. By the time Nomi was eight years old, she had been trafficked by her stepfather, suffering unthinkable abuse. At first glance, our founders would have never imagined the trauma Nomi endured because of the warmth she exuded as she hugged them for the first time.
When our founders left Nomi’s shelter, they thought, “What if there was a network of supporters who could help every survivor of human trafficking attain the joy that Nomi carried?” As a result of their trip, Nomi Network was founded to be the support network behind women and girls like Nomi. Since 2012, we have helped over 20,000 women and girls at risk of trafficking break cycles of poverty.
In honor of International Women’s Day (IWD), we are rallying partners like you to build a world where all trafficking survivors can walk in the joy that emanates from economic freedom. Donating towards our $25,000 goal will provide mentorship, case management, and resource coordination to help survivors obtain sustainable employment and build lasting economic security.
Eradicating human trafficking takes a network of generous supporters and fierce advocates. Donate today and be the solution!