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Eyes in the Sky
Flight attendant April Johnson spots human trafficking in the air.
New Job, New Path
Alissa,* who is a survivor of human trafficking, received help from the Safe Jobs Collaborative.
New Partnership is Taking Steps to Prevent Human Trafficking in Maryland Hotels
Maryland Hotel Lodging Association (MHLA) announced a new partnership with BEST to make human trafficking awareness...
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Three ways hoteliers can fight child sex trafficking
It’s not always easy to see—and it is incredibly prevalent. Traffickers take advantage of the privacy and anonymity...
The Port of Seattle and BEST Announce New Efforts to End Human Trafficking
On January 10, 2018, BEST held a joint press conference with the Port of Seattle, announcing a partnership between BEST
DRESS-ember is right around the corner!
Every December, advocates from all over the world pledge to wear a dress or tie for the entire month of December
Birch Equipment Joins the Fight to End Human Trafficking
The 21st annual Birch Golf Classic, held on September 9, 2021, raised more than $200,000 for Washington state charities.
Nonprofit Tackles Racial Inequity in Human Trafficking Awareness
Following the murder of George Floyd in May 2020, organizations around the world re-evaluated their workplace environmen
BEST Partners with Sound Transit
This year, BEST rolled out training for Sound Transit to help their employees identify victims of human trafficking
What Does it Mean to be a Dressember Advocate in a Pandemic?
For the past three years, BEST has been a grateful recipient of funds raised by generous advocates during the month of D
Hotels Grappling With a Pandemic Should Not Forget Human Trafficking Training
Within the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been another crisis brewing.
World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
The story of a human trafficking victim is not about how he or she is rescued.
We Need to Change
As an organization, BEST acknowledges the trauma and terror that racism has caused throughout the history of this countr
You can increase emergency housing during the COVID-19 pandemic by donating hotel points to BEST
BEST now has a way to help survivors of human trafficking escape their traffickers
BEST is helping rideshare drivers in Miami and Las Vegas learn to recognize the signs of human trafficking
The majority of people who are trafficked do not have cars. Their controllers can use rideshare services to transport
South Carolina is now using BEST’s training to prevent human trafficking in hotels
When hotel employees learn the signs of human trafficking, they can become advocates for helping human trafficking victi
Lyft Partners with Anti-Trafficking Organizations to Educate Drivers on Human Trafficking Prevention
Ahead of February’s big game and in alignment with Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Lyft is partnering with BEST and t
How a Human Trafficking Prevention Movement Started with a Dress
The majority of human trafficking victims are women and girls. Learning this is what motivated Blythe Hill
BEST is Making Online Training for Employees in Aviation and Maritime Industries
This past summer, BEST began filming on our biggest training project of the year.
New Hospitality Partnerships Spread Human Trafficking Awareness Training
Recognizing the growing concern posed by the threat of human trafficking in the hospitality industry and around the...
Washington’s Ending Exploitation Collaborative is Addressing the Problem of Sex Trafficking at its Root
It is estimated that 300-500 children are exploited by sex trafficking in Seattle, annually.
Board Spotlight: Megan Minarik, Merchandise Manager for Zulily
BEST was founded on the belief that businesses have the power to make a difference when it comes to preventing human tra
New Partnership is Expanding Human Trafficking Prevention Training to Hotels in Pennsylvania
BEST has partnered up with the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association (PRLA)
An attorney’s perspective on how sex trafficking harms children and businesses
I used to only think about sex trafficking as part of the worst scenarios portrayed in television and movies.
When We All Choose to Give Together, it Adds Up to a Lot
Our biggest day of charitable giving of the year is coming up on May 8.
Hotel Heroes: Toni Atkins, California State Senator
California Senator, Toni Atkins, knows something about trail-blazing.
BEST Basics offers free online anti-trafficking training for all businesses
Most responsible businesses may know about the supply chain problem of human trafficking
Waldron provides job prep workshops for survivors
One of the most difficult barriers to recovery for people exiting a life of exploitation is a lack of economic alternati
The Port of Seattle led a public awareness campaign for human trafficking awareness month
If you spent time commuting or traveling last January, you may have seen a large ad on the side of a bus or a poster
Three more state hotel associations are now using BEST’s training
BEST strives to create a world in which no one is trafficked.
BEST delivers regional trainings for the Econo Lodge Franchisee Association
Helping hotel owners and their staff prevent human trafficking is important to the Econo Lodge Franchisee Association
Safe Jobs employers begin Stress, Trauma and Resilience Training
In November, BEST began offering our newest training, the Stress, Trauma, and Resilience Training
She's Our Tomorrow. Keep Her Safe Today.
BEST is working hard to prevent human trafficking and keep our youth of tomorrow safe today.
The Texas Hotel & Lodging Association launches BEST's training
The real heroes in the war against human trafficking are often people doing everyday jobs who notice something usual.
Hotel Heroes: Alison Galioto, Vice President of Operations for Hospitality Associates
Recently, we were able to speak with Alison Galioto, VP of Operations for Hospitality Associates
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