THE MISSION

 providing SHELTER FOR SURVIVORS OF TRAFFICKING

AND ABUSE

ADVOCATING FOR INCREASED PROSECUTION

OF TRAFFICKERS

 raising awareness through the power

of social media

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Giving a voice to the voiceless.

The mission of The Exodus Foundation is to provide unhoused adult women who are trafficking victims
with a permanent exodus from violence and abuse.

Since 2015, we have been at the forefront of efforts to ensure
that un-housed survivors of violence receive dignity
in the healing process.

WHAT WE DO

The Exodus Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded 

in 2015 by author and domestic violence survivor Harriet Cammock

to address the soaring human trafficking crisis gripping the nation.

Today, the Exodus Foundation's work helps communities

from all over the United States and the world.

Our main facility, The Exodus Foundation Women's Shelter

opened in September 2017.

The Exodus Foundation Women's Shelter provides housing for adult women who are survivors of violence and human trafficking. 

When opened in September 2017, The Exodus Foundation Women's Shelter was the very first shelter for human trafficking survivors

in the state of Michigan.

WHY SHOULD YOU HELP?

Human trafficking survivors trying to flee their captors often become homeless as a result.

 

Without shelter, survivors are critically vulnerable

to exploitation. 

 

Because they have nowhere else to go, victims are often forced

to return to their traffickers

 

The Exodus Foundation solves this problem by providing long-term shelter

to survivors.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, contributions to The Exodus Foundation

are tax deductible under the terms of the U.S. tax code.

Our work has been covered by The Michigan Chronicle; Fox 2 News Detroit;

WWJ NewsRadio 950; and The Detroit News,

among other publications.

The Exodus Foundation thrives on community support.

No matter how big or small, your contribution makes it possible

for us to provide these services.

Join our movement by making a donation today.