Kaleido Incorporated is a non-profit organization founded in 2016 and based in Florida. Our purpose is to support other organizations around the world that work with efficiency and responsibility against human exploitation propelling the rescue and rehabilitation of victims.
Journey with survivors of modern slavery
on their path to recovery and freedom.
See the end of modern slavery in our time.
Nonprofit organization based in Mexico City, founded in 2006 with the purpose of creating a long term shelter for victims of human trafficking. Focused on girls who are under 18 years old. They have supported more than 300 survivors, many of them who are now successful entrepreneurs, activists, college students or full time moms.
Due to effects of the pandemic, some donors have reduced their support, for which there is a current fundraising to cover the costs of housing, food, education, medical and psychological care for survivors.
Non-profit organization founded in Mexico City in 2012 with the goal of creating awareness and prevention strategies as well as new shelters for victims of human trafficking, giving them the necessary resources for their operation. In addition to collaborating with governments and private sector companies to stop human trafficking.
At the moment their main goal is the construction of 2 new shelters, one for girls and one for boys, so they are doing fundraising campaigns to generate resources for its construction and equipment
We trust and believe in the humanitarian work carried out by the organizations we support, and daily we are seeking to raise funds for those who have been deprived of their rights and freedom.
Developed by: United vs Trafficking Commission
Objective: Provide fully equipped shelters to assure asylum, and the implementation of the Specialized Care Work Program for survivors of human trafficking and School and Education.
Designed by: Camino a Casa Foundation
Objective:To provide psychological and physical rehabilitation with medical assistance as well as legal support in order to reintegrate the survivors into society.
Provided by: Camino a Casa Foundation
Objective: Provide a home for survivors of human trafficking, while they receive attention, rehabilitation and care, and education
Developed by: Comisión Unidos vs Trata
Objective: Carry out brigades and campaigns in schools, companies and the media with the aim to educate and prevent young adults about the dangers and modus operandi of Human Trafficking members.
All children attend school so supplies, uniforms, books, computers and internet are always necessary.
Goal: $5,000 USD
A van is needed to transport children and staff to medical appointments, legal proceedings, and other activities.
Goal: $5,000 USD
Interior: refilling, repairing, plastering, repainting, and recovering of walls and floors. Exterior: Renovate the garden and Fix the greenhouse due to raining season. Plumbing work: Fixing the water pump, and maintenance due to sewage overflow.
Goal: $1,004,175.81 USD