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Jacksonville Social Enterprise, Rethreaded, Hires New Survivors of Human Trafficking After Successful End of Year Donation Campaign

Published Thursday, February 6, 2020


In December 2019, Rethreaded ran an ‘End of Year’ campaign with the purpose of raising funds to hire more survivor employees. The campaign was a great success; at the start of 2020, Rethreaded was able to hire two new ladies. When a new survivor is hired at Rethreaded, they receive job training along with mental health services. The purpose of Rethreaded is to hire as many human trafficking survivors as possible. The organization is planning for another new hiring cycle this spring. To do this, the non-profit needs the help of its community and supporters. 


“I am so thankful for the community that surrounds Rethreaded,” says Rethreaded Founder and CEO, Kristin Keen. “Together we are able to provide opportunities for survivors of human trafficking to reclaim their lives.”


The community has shown Rethreaded so much support through financial donations at the close of 2019. Due to these generous donations, Rethreaded was able to hire two new survivor employees. It is a special time when Rethreaded hires new ladies to become a part of the organization. Rethreaded is grateful to welcome these new women to the staff's family. These ladies are hard workers and immediately fit right into the Rethreaded community. To witness their excitement, as they learn their new positions, always motivates the company to make room to hire more women. 


Rethreaded still needs your help. In April, the organization will hire more survivors employees. The non-profit needs donations to help make that possible. Twenty-five dollars provides one hour of job training or mental health services for an employee. There are also options to sponsor an employee for an entire year. This is an incredible opportunity to change the life of a woman who once believed she was forgotten. Help renew hope and reignite dreams for a survivor of human trafficking. 


If you would like to help Rethreaded renew hope for our new hires and those to come, visit their donation page: You can also email to learn more about how you can sponsor a survivor employee for a year. 



Rebekah Suwak

Director of Marketing