Project Futures is a not for profit organisation that works to raise awareness and funding for programs dedicated to combating human trafficking and sexual exploitation globally. The vision of Project Futures is to create an empowered world where every person can take action against human trafficking and exploitation
What is Human Trafficking?
Human Trafficking is a crime against humanity. It involves the recruitment of persons through force, coercion, deception or abduction for the purpose of their exploitation. Victims of human trafficking are found working in industries such as construction, hospitality, sex industry, agriculture and domestic cleaning.
What is the role of Project Futures?
Project Futures have created various outlets to raise awareness and fund for anti-human trafficking projects. By aligning with like-minded companies, individuals and communities Project Futures aims to allow others to take ownership of the cause, and to gradually engage vast networks of people empowered to make an impact in ending human traffic.
Konica Minolta and employees support Project Futures through:
- Workplace giving
- Participation in fundraising activities like the Stella Fella campaign and the Angkor Wat International Half Marathon in Cambodia.
For more information about Project Futures visit www.projectfutures.com.
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Stella Fella fundraising: Saint Ignatius' College Riverview students visit our Head Office in Sydney.
Stella Fella Friday: Melbourne office staff show their support for Project Futures.
AngKor Half Marathon 2013: Konica Minolta staff, Stephen Mummery from Melbourne and Brisbane State Manager Derek MacMinn, support Project Futures in a charity marathon event and work in Cambodia.
Project Futures founder Steph Lorenzo visits Konica Minolta staff in Perth.