Giving Back

DEEPER PURPOSE...

We take a zero-tolerance stance against anything which violates human dignity by engaging in abominable atrocities such as human trafficking, slavery, prostitution, and forced labor. This is why 10% of every sale goes to organizations that help prevent human trafficking.

How we will do it


Tapestry Global Enterprises, LLC. in conjunction with support of our partners will:
  • Raise awareness both domestically and internationally.
  • Provide education on Human Trafficking and how to prevent it.
  • Help promote and foster the anti-human trafficking community through our partners and customers.
  • Support human trafficking tactical extraction teams retrieve these individuals and give the victims the support they need to reintegrate into society.

Our Commitment


Tapestry, Global Enterprises, LLC. takes a firm stand against human trafficking, especially child trafficking. Since we believe that such immoral criminal activities are poisonous to the health of any society and cannot be allowed to take place any longer; we are committed to stand with those people and organizations who believe that evil like this must be stopped immediately.

We want to convey a strong message to our customers and the rest of the world that we will not be party to activities that exploit women and children and we will do everything in our power to prevent it. We understand that failing economies coupled with the convergence of widespread poverty, foster environments which provide fertile grounds for human trafficking through cheap labor, gender discrimination, economic and social underdevelopment, violent conflicts, as well as corruption in the exercise of power and control by groups or by governments.

Victims of human trafficking are most often enslaved for sexual purposes, but they can also be found in kitchens or cleaning guesthouses, restaurants and bars. Unfortunately, in a downward economy the tourism industry can, in turn, become conducive to the conditions in which forced and exploitative begging as well as street hawking can occur.

This is one of the reasons why we have such a vested interest in offering our digital and technological solutions to hotels, restaurants and other tourist attractions. We believe and understand that through partnering with our customers in these industries, we can use our technology within our customer networks to be a beacon of hope to those who are being victimized as well as alerting the proper authorities in real time so that these criminals can face the justice they deserve. While we believe that our efforts will help bring awareness as well as prevention to this issue, we at Tapestry Global Enterprises, LLC. know that is only the beginning.

Continued education, collaboration and aggressive advocacy efforts are critical to effectively combatting this atrocity, but we cannot stop there. By partnering with one another and creating trade networks, we can take all the efforts of increased awareness of this issue and combine them with our technological efforts to continue to drive positive, life giving change throughout the world and initiate innovative partnerships which create solutions that will expand the needed services for survivors and further assist in the efforts of target prevention.

We know that in working together, we can expose those criminally corrupt individuals, corporations and governments that feeds upon these unfortunate conditions. This is why we are hopeful that with your help, those that benefit from the exploitation of vulnerable human beings can be caught as well as prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Please get involved today so we all can make a positive difference in the lives of those who need it the most.

Get Involved

Not For Sale
Not For Sale’s story started with an Indian restaurant in Berkeley, California, and it led us to building our first village in Northern Thailand. Sometimes, to do great things you must lead with your heart. Not For Sale believes the responsibility to end modern slavery requires us all to use our heads, as well as our hearts. We must use our courage to ask a new question: “How do you stop this before it happens in the first place?”
Hope For Justice

Hope For Justice exists to bring an end to modern slavery by rescuing victims, restoring lives, and reforming society. From six offices across three continents Hope For Justice operates a proven multi-disciplinary model based on years of combined experience. They believe freedom is worth the fight and justice is non-negotiable. They refuse to abandon the least, the last and the lost and they continually challenge apathy with action. They choose to greet cynicism with hope for the hopeless.
ABC Nepal
For the past 2 decades, ABC Nepal has worked tirelessly for the rights of women and girls with a special focus on human trafficking, which is a grave social crime against humanity. Due to age-old cultural traditions and a discriminatory legal system, women have long suffered under this double burden. Their low status and economic dependence makes them more vulnerable to trafficking as they are lured by promises of better job opportunities in many parts of the world.
The Polaris Project
Polaris is a leader in the global fight to eradicate modern slavery. Named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., Polaris systemically disrupts the human trafficking networks that rob human beings of their lives and their freedom. Our comprehensive model puts victims at the center of what we do – helping survivors restore their freedom, preventing more victims, and leveraging data and technology to pursue traffickers wherever they operate.
The Freedom Story

The Freedom Story was born from a documentary film called The SOLD Project. When our founder Rachel Sparks learned about child sexual exploitation in Thailand, she decided to expose it through the power of film. After interviewing dozens of sex workers, common themes became apparent: poverty, a lack of education, and a lack of options. Rachel responded by providing a scholarship to an at-risk student, and The Freedom Story was born. Our scholarships and resources empower at-risk Thai students to stay in school, pursue their dreams, and break the cycle of poverty and exploitation.
Covenant House

Since 1972, Covenant House has been providing food, shelter, immediate crisis care, and an array of other important services to homeless, runaway and trafficked youth between the ages of 18-21. Covenant House helps push for new policies and laws at the state and federal level to end this atrocity on the most vulnerable and often forgotten trafficked victims. Thanks to people like you lending their voices to our efforts, Covenant House helped move the International Megan's Law and the Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Deterrence and Victims Support Act of 2010 through the House of Representatives. Both of which are crucial steps in ending human trafficking in the United States and affording new means of aid to survivors of human trafficking.
ATZUM
In 2003, ATZUM was formed and joined forces with Kabiri-Nevo-Keidar (www.knklaw.com) and established the Task Force on Human Trafficking (TFHT) to help Israel put an end to human trafficking within its borders. The TFHT works tirelessly to engage and educate the public and government agencies to confront and eradicate modern slavery in Israel, and lobbies for reform in the areas of prevention, border closure, protection of escaped women, and prosecution of traffickers and pimps.
End Slavery Now
End Slavery Now believes we all have a role in ending slavery. We try to illustrate the many different ways normal, everyday individuals can get involved in the fight. From volunteer opportunities to resource sharing to curating all of the different opportunities to take action, our tools are designed to assist you. Because we partner with organizations working on the ground, our initiatives impact hotspots throughout the world. Our goal at End Slavery Now is for the public to learn about the issue, connect with organizations, and take action to end slavery.

Tapestry Global Enterprises, LLC.

  800 S. Gay Street, Suite 700
    Knoxville, Tennessee, 37929

+01 865 630 0448

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