You are in our heart and in that of all the survivors our SANDS OF SILENCE / SOS_SLAVES project is able to reach thanks to your support.
This Thanksgiving please consider extending a donation to survivor Virginia Isaias' FSTH non-profit. Her relentless efforts to help survivors and at-risk women are commendable.
Chelo Alvarez-Stehle and the SANDS OF SILENCE - SOS_SLAVES team
P.S.: Stay tuned for an update on the great progress of our project in December!
Virginia Isais is free. From SLAVERY.
Can you help her bring freedom to others?
Virginia Isaias is unstoppable. She fights for a world free from modern-day slavery.
Could you make a tax-deductible donation today directly to her organization?
2 min. of your time can mean a life-time of freedom for a vulnerable person.
Virginia, main subject of our SANDS OF SILENCE documentary, fled from Los Angeles to her hometown in Mexico leaving behind a violent husband she had been forced to marry at 16. In Mexico, Virginia was kidnapped along with her 6-month-old baby and suffered unimaginable torture at the hands of traffickers who took them to makeshift brothels in the Chiapas jungle... READ MORE
Watch this Voice of America 2-min. news report on Virginia Isaias' anti-trafficking work
Give from your heart - (pssst... it is tax-deductible!)
In 2010, Virginia established Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation (FSTH), a 501(c)3 in Orange County. Since then, she has worked tirelessly to implement her organization's mission: to support victims of sex trafficking and domestic violence through prevention and restoration services.