IHG Donation Helps AHLA Basis Trafficking Survivor Fund

WASHINGTON—The AHLA Basis introduced a $500,000 donation from IHG Lodges & Resorts to help the No Room for Trafficking (NRFT) Survivor Fund as a part of the resort trade’s united dedication to fight human trafficking.

With this donation, the Survivor Fund will construct upon the trade’s ongoing dedication and work to finish human trafficking and help the financial stability of human trafficking survivors. By funding community-based organizations, the NRFT Survivor Fund helps survivors’ rapid wants and long-term stability that can equip survivors and their households to assist stop revictimization, together with however not restricted to emergency housing and profession growth help.

“IHG Lodges & Resorts is dedicated to eradicating human trafficking, and this help of the NRFT Survivor Fund underscores our long-standing effort to sentence this exploitation and assist survivors,” mentioned Elie Maalouf, CEO, Americas, IHG Lodges & Resorts. “The fund will play an important position in offering survivors with the help they want for future stability and success. Recognizing that our trade has a singular alternative to battle human trafficking collectively, we proudly be a part of our friends and AHLA Basis in persevering with to make impactful change.”

“With each donation, we’re capable of additional honor our mission to combatting human trafficking and supporting survivors,” mentioned Anna Blue, president of the AHLA Basis. “I’m pleased with our trade’s united efforts towards human trafficking and intensely grateful for the beneficiant donation by IHG Lodges & Resorts. These continued partnerships and investments are the very cause why NRFT and our Survivor Fund will proceed to positively influence lives.”

Since its inception, the NRFT Survivor Fund has raised $2.5 million with contributions from Prolonged Keep America, G6 Hospitality, Hilton World Basis, Hyatt Lodges Basis, and Wyndham Lodges & Resorts. The No Room for Trafficking program continues to construct upon the resort and lodging trade’s longstanding dedication to combating human trafficking by uniting the trade round anti-trafficking efforts that meet the wants of hospitality employers, staff, and the communities they serve.

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