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In January, 2014, SafeNight made it to the finals of the Reimagine: Opportunity Challenge. This deck was prep work for our 3 minute pitch on SafeNight.

In January, 2014, SafeNight made it to the finals of the Reimagine: Opportunity Challenge. This deck was prep work for our 3 minute pitch on SafeNight.

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  • http://www.partnershipforfreedom.org
  • “Increasing Awareness and Engagement: Strengthening the National Response to Human Trafficking inthe U.S.,” National Human Trafficking Resource Center, p4https://na4.salesforce.com/sfc/p/300000006E4S11Sv6mFa.D_CBl0UueofejFjNL0=
  • Hotel placements are:Flexible – serving a diverse population in a diverse area.On-demand – you don’t need to support them when they aren’t being used.

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  • SAFENIGHT Increase short-term shelter for human trafficking survivors
  • WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?
  • Source: Partnership for Freedom
  • “During and immediately after a crisis when there is a threat of immediate harm to the victim, the most common identified need was shelter or a place to stay.” Increasing Awareness and Engagement: Strengthening the National Response to Human Trafficking in the U.S.
  • How can we reimagine our resources to serve all groups of survivors? Source: Partnership for Freedom
  • WHAT IS OUR SOLUTION?
  • SafeNight will provide a mechanism to engage individual donors to fund emergency, on-demand hotel placements to meet the needs of a diverse group of human trafficking survivors.
  • How will SafeNight work? 1. The donor downloads SafeNight and creates a profile. And then just carries their phone. 2. The individual in need contacts an appropriate community support agency or hotline. 3. The case manager determines that a hotel is an appropriate placement and inputs a request for hotel room funding. 4. The donor receives an alert, which provides an opportunity to pay for a hotel room via a donation to the requesting organization.
  • What are the safeguards? 1. The case manager remains in control of the placement process. 2. The donor pays for the hotel room by making a donation to the requesting organization. 3. The individual in need does not interact directly with SafeNight and has no personal information in the system. 4. Only vetted organizations and case managers can be in the system and make requests.
  • WHAT IS THE IMPACT?
  • Increase the amount of emergency shelter for human trafficking survivors.
  • Provide an opportunity for additional services and support to be offered by case managers.
  • Provide data for the antitrafficking field on the need for shelter within and across defined geographic regions and demographic groups.
  • Thank you.
  • ABOUT
  • Caravan Studios is a division of TechSoup Global, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
  • The leader in supply chain management for humanitarian relief. Aidmatrix is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
  • We hope you will connect with us. @caravanstudios http://www.caravanstudios.org @techsoup http://www.techsoupglobal.org @aidmatrix http://www.aidmatrix.org/
  • Sources • Image in Slide 3 from Partnership for Freedom http://www.partnershipforfreedom.org • Question from Slide 5 from Partnership for Freedom http://www.partnershipforfreedom.org • Quote in Slide 2 taken from “Increasing Awareness and Engagement: Strengthening the National Response to Human Trafficking in the U.S.,” National Human Trafficking Resource Center, p4 https://na4.salesforce.com/sfc/p/300000006E4S11Sv6mFa.D_CBl0UueofejFjNL0= • SafeNight screen shot taken from SafeNight microsite http://www.strikingly.com/safenight • Full proposal available on SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/caravanstudios/reimagine-opportunitytsgcaravanchallengesubmissionredacted