A LETTER FROM OUR CEO
Prior to launching The Selah Way Foundation, I co-founded Selah Freedom, which since 2011 has been recognized as one of the only domestic service providers to provide a full spectrum of care to survivors and those at risk of exploitation.
One thing that I learned through that experience is that there is a great need for not only collaboration, but transparency in outcomes, measurements, and audited financials. There are many in this space speaking about what they are doing, without the ability to prove their outcomes. The goal of the Selah Way Foundation is to take the guesswork out and help donors identify the most credentialed service providers. And then unite, empower and harness the true power of that network to be world changers. We know that together, we can save exponentially more lives! The Selah Way Foundation creates a solid system of care and technical training to protect survivors of sexual trauma, prevent innocent children from being targeted by predators and empower our front line protectors, by offering the best training in the needed areas to get ahead of the issue and eradicate the problem.
I invite you to browse our site and learn more about our three initiatives: Prevention, Protection and Provision. Discover how these initiatives are bringing top-notch training and tangible solutions to the fight to end sexual exploitation. The Selah Way Foundation not only helps to identify other organizations, but it has its own groundbreaking training initiatives.
With so many nonprofits claiming to make an impact, donor confusion is at an all-time high. How do you ensure that your investment will produce results? Having earned the reputation as a proven leader in the anti-sex trafficking space, The Selah Way Foundation took the responsibility of identifying and locking arms with other well-vetted, credentialed organizations. We have created a "one-stop" donor experience where supporters can give with confidence knowing that their investment will save lives through numerous leading organizations in our network.
Sexual exploitation is not an issue designated to impoverished countries and television documentaries. It is hiding in plain sight. It is targeting every child, regardless of their race, gender, zip code or socio-economic background.
Sexual exploitation is here.
And it is 100% PREVENTABLE.
We can expose it, disarm it and together eradicate it.
Thank you for joining us on this journey to bring freedom, justice and hope to every young life! I look forward to standing together in this fight.
Elizabeth Melendez Fisher Good
Co-Founder & CEO