The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking leads the efforts of Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to End Human Trafficking, Northeast Ohio’s 70+ member anti-human trafficking coalition made up of government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and businesses. The main purpose of the group is to:
As the backbone organization for these efforts, the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking maintains overall strategic coherence, coordinates the day-to-day operations, and implementation of the work, including stakeholder engagement, communications, data collection and analysis, and other responsibilities.
Being a member of Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to End Human Trafficking means that you will be part of a network of over 60 innovative organizations that are finding new to ways address human trafficking in our community. Our Coalition Members are driving progress through working and advocating together. Every member of our Coalition is critical to our collective impact and success.
Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to End Human Trafficking provides its Coalition members with opportunities to create and shape local and statewide platforms in support of our collective vision and goals. As a member of Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to End Human Trafficking you are connected to a network of innovative organizations and provided with access to resources, policy briefings, external engagement opportunities, and individualized support.
For more information contact Nathan Chambers, Director of Collective Impact, at firstname.lastname@example.org