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ABOUT SENHOA

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HOW WE WORK

Senhoa Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to combating modern slavery through long-lasting partnerships with excellent local partners. Our programs in support of vulnerable persons and survivors are delivered in conjunction with on-the-ground partners.

We choose to work with organizations that already have a track record of exceptional work. Together with our partners, we combine our knowledge and experience to create holistic prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs that are also culturally sensitive and respectful of our service users. [one_third last="no" class="mission-bg" id=""]

MISSION & VISION

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100% PROMISE

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ANNUAL REPORTS & FINANCIALS

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WHY THE LOTUS: ABOUT OUR LOGO

Senhoa (pronounced “suh-no-a”) is a combination of two Vietnamese words - “Sen” (lotus) and “Hoa” (flower). A lotus flower grows in muddy water and rises above the surface to bloom with breathtaking beauty, untouched by its impure surroundings. Using this imagery, “Senhoa” was conceptualized in 2007 to represent women and children, vulnerable to sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking. The Senhoa lotus flower is an enduring symbol of innocence, resilience and hope.

The word "Senhoa" and the Senhoa lotus logo is a registered trademark, pertaining to Senhoa Foundation. Accessorize your conscience® - purchase your sterling silver Charmed by Senhoa pendant here!

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TEAM

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PARTNERS

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VOLUNTEERS & VISITORS

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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT SENHOA

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Senhoa Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN # 27-1765967). All donations are tax-deductible to the extent permissible by law.

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We are incredibly fortunate that all our overhead costs are covered by corporate grants and private fundraising initiatives. Therefore, 100% of public donations go directly towards field programs to serve those in need.

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We are dedicated to combating modern-day slavery through long-lasting partnerships with proven local partners. Together, we combine our knowledge and experience to create holistic prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy programs that are culturally sensitive and respectful of service users.

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Senhoa jewelry pieces are individually handcrafted by survivors of human trafficking or young women vulnerable to sexual exploitation.

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100% of Senhoa jewelry profits go directly to the rehabilitation and education of young women who are vulnerable to or survivors of human trafficking in Southeast Asia.

Interested in finding out more? Click here to download our Press Kit.

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