Liberation

Passport2Freedom:

In 2014, The Imagine Foundation began executing monthly professional pop ups that provides services to at risk and currently trafficked individuals. Our original focus was assisting women with cover letter and resume writing, job application assistance, mock job interviews, and a professional gently used clothing shop. What we found was that we were ignoring an entire population of individuals who also had the potential of being part of the human trafficking industry, men. Men not only have been trafficked for sex or labor purposes, but they could be or become a buyer and/or trafficker. To help with decreasing and hopefully eliminating that possibility, we started to serve women in the morning and men in the afternoon.

Since our original professional pop up, we continue to expand our services so we can better serve our clients overtime and help them move towards a freer, independent life. Passport2Freedom is a relaunch of our professional pop up. We have expanded to include other services and workshops within the community in order to better serve our clients.

We are always looking to connect with agencies and organizations wanting to partner with us, make sure to contact us today.


Survivor Bags:

Survivor bags are fully stocked backpacks with general necessities (change of clothes, toiletries, bus passes, food/grocery store gift cards, etc.) that are given to agencies and/or organizations that come in contact with individuals who may be trafficked or are considered as a high-risk person to becoming trafficked.

We strive to only place items that are cruelty and slavery - free products. If you are interested in donating supplies, please request a “Slavery - Free Product Sheet” to help us from labor trafficking another individual to help a trafficked person.

If your organization would be interested in partnering with us or are in need of a survivor bag, please contact info@imaginefreedom.org.

Tattoo Removal:

A common practice in the trafficking world is branding and/or tattooing an individual to his/her trafficker. This is done to easily identify the individual to the trafficker as their property.

Through our clientele, we found individuals that were in desire need of getting a tattoo(s) removed in order to effectively get out of their trafficking situation. With a local Cleveland partnership, we are able to provide this service to a limited number of individuals that we encounter and serve.

If you are interested in supporting this intuitive, please email info@imaginefreedom.org.