It takes a lot of work to make a difference. Below are some of the companies helping us. Please visit and support these organizations who have so generously supported us.

Freedom

Young Women’s Freedom Center is a leading San Francisco Agency proving low-income, system-involved young women of color the necessary support to transition from their previous difficult experiences into a supported and healing care and compassionate environment so they can live their lives free and resist the many forms of oppression. Most of our young women  have had little or no formal education, bear financial responsibilities at a young age, struggle with addiction, suffer repeat victimization and trauma at home, in the streets and have survived sexual assault or trafficking.  We believe every young woman has the potential to be a success at the Freedom Center because of our support. Learn more at Young Women’s Freedom Center.


Since its inception in 2004 Kolkata Sanved has worked in partnership with 30 organizations across South Asia including community organizations, civil society networks, rights groups and government institutions. Their unique Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) curriculum trains survivors of trafficking, exploitation and abuse to become peer educators, advocates, movement trainers and performers, enabling them to lead lives of dignity and respect. Learn more at kolkatasanved.org.


Shakti Samuha is the first organization in Nepal to be established and run by survivors of trafficking. Since 1996 they have been organizing and empowering returning trafficking survivors by providing shelter, legal aid, vocational training and counseling. They have also set up Adolescent Girls Groups based in the poorest communities.  Learn more at Shakti Samuha.


SOLD is a full-length feature film adapted from the National Book Award Nominated and Quill Award-Winning novel by Patricia McCormick. Based on true stories, SOLD is the story of Lakshmi’s journey from a peaceful, rural village in Nepal to the gritty brothels of Kolkata, India.

SOLD illustrates the brutality of child trafficking and is both a call to action, and a testament to the power and resilience of the human spirit.

SOLD is directed and produced by an Oscar and Emmy award-winning team, including Executive Producer Emma Thompson, Director Jeffrey D. Brown, Producer Jane Charles, Co-Producer Katie Mustard and Writer Joseph Kwong.  Learn more at SOLD The Movie.


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Everest Women Treks is a social entrepreneurship venture of the “Seven Summits Women Team”. The team of seven Nepali women successfully climbed Mt Everest in 2008 and 2014, becoming the first female team in the world to climb the highest mountain on each continent. Everest Women Treks’ vision is to use tourism to empower women and communities in Sindhupalchok, the worst-hit district in Nepal Earthquake 2015. Learn more at everestwomentreks.com


SKYEFiT is a personal training studio located in the heart of SoMA in San Francisco. SKYEFiT has over 12 trainers specializing in strength training and weight loss. With more more than 18 years of experience to the table to help individual reach their goals. SKYEFiT runs two different bootcamps in the Noe Valley area and SOMA studio. Learn more at skyefit.com


 

The Integrative Restoration Institute provides programs and teacher trainings in iRest Yoga Nidra, and retreats based on the ancient teachings of Yoga. Learn more at irest.us


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Arson is an branding and advertising agency that helps companies and organizations communicate better — whatever form that may take. Leveraging our extensive network of talented people, we build specialized teams around each project so you get the best talent for your needs — no matter what your needs are. For more information about Arson and see examples of their cross-media work visit arsonagency.com.


Courageous Girls is seeking partners to help realize our dream.

If you or your company are interested in offering equipment, supplies or services or would be interested in any other type of sponsorship opportunity, please contact us at info@courageousgirls.org