Posted by : Ed Lott, Ph.D., M.B.A.
The holidays are approaching and numerous requests appealing to your generosity for donations are flooding your email and snail mailboxes from local and national charities.
There are many among us that need our help. It is hard to decide where our donations will best serve our community. I not only found a worthy cause, but personally participate in their efforts.
Initiatives for the Development of Humanity, Inc. (I.D. Humanity) is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization that desperately needs $300,000 before the holidays to expand its safe home network to accept more survivors on our waiting list.
Click here to donate to Our GoFundMe Campaign
I.D. Humanity, in collaboration with Human Trafficking Project L.L.C., has developed and launched a program to benefit victims and survivors of human sex and labor trafficking called I.P.P. Process to Freedom™.
The acronym I.P.P. stands for INTAKE, PROTECT, and PROSECUTE, the three major processes needed for human trafficking victims to begin their path to recovery, restoration, and freedom.
The I.P.P. Process to Freedom™ is a rapidly growing program that operates in several communities throughout the United States, working as an underground project that strongly supports and protects victims and survivors of human sex and labor trafficking.
The program is currently expanding to service clergy abuse victims, industrial sexual abuse survivors, homeless and transitional foster care youths, and at-risk teens.
In addition, we partner with legal organizations, group homes, and safe havens with similar missions throughout the United States to place, protect and implement a proven recovery plan, individually designed for each victim, to live independently in the mainstream society.
Their vision is to provide comprehensive individualized services to victims and survivors of human trafficking. Customizing a recovery plan that is culturally appropriate for each survivor will help ensure their path back to society.
1- To Intake survivors and victims of human trafficking into our program.
2- Protect their identities and whereabouts from their aggressors while recovering through our Recovery and Restoration Services.
3- Prosecute all that benefited from the trafficking, including businesses, establishments, and facilitators.
4- Bring justice to the survivors.
5- Their individualized, comprehensive programs prepare each victim to live a bondage-free life in our society.
Protecting Human Trafficking Victims & Survivors
One of the most critical aspects of their program is protecting its participants. Victims of human trafficking come to their organizations for rehabilitation, legal representation, and most of all, protection. Unfortunately, most, if not all, victims and survivors of human trafficking are vulnerable to retaliation that can lead to serious violence toward them.
I.D. Humanity and the Human Trafficking Project collaborate closely with local law enforcement offices, The Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.), private investigators, and highly competent security guard companies overseeing the security of participants in the I.P.P. Process to Freedom™ program.
Protecting any victim of human trafficking is one of the most dangerous and expensive parts of the I.P.P. Process to Freedom™ program.
The Legal Support Program™ and Human Trafficking Project, L.L.C., have formed a network of attorneys specializing in human trafficking laws throughout the United States that are willing to work with our participants. Additionally, the Legal Support Program™ encourages and helps the participants maintain an ongoing relationship with their case.
The Legal Support Program™ helps its participants stay engaged and informed on their human trafficking litigation cases; most importantly, the program encourages the participant to conclude the litigation process by not pre-maturely withdrawing or mentally weakened by fear or intimidation throughout the process.
The I.P.P. Process to Freedom™ program offers human trafficking survivors’ safety, shelter, legal counseling, medical and mental health services, an individualized rehabilitation plan, and much more.The program is costly to operate. They need financial assistance in the form of tax-deductible donations to maintain and grow their program to benefit domestic violence and human-sex trafficking victims.
Please give generously. The donations are tax-deductible. Attorneys interested in participating in the program and litigating on behalf of a victim will be eligible to receive signed trafficking cases.
Click here to donate to Our GoFundMe Campaign
To Learn More About The Program, go to
Dr. Louisa Williams, CEO & Founder
Initiatives for the Development of Humanity, Inc.
147 W Merrick Rd – Suite 206
Freeport, NY 11520
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