How N2Gives Fights Human Trafficking

WILMINGTON, NC – N2Gives is the philanthropic arm of the award-winning N2 Publishing Company. N2 is a creator of premium-quality publications specifically designed and published for members of exclusive residential communities. In 2018 alone, N2 Publishing was the recipient of commendations from Fortune, Inc. Magazine, and Entrepreneur, to name a few.

N2Gives fights human trafficking by supporting efforts & relief in 20+ countries, donated $10+ million dollars to fight human trafficking since 2016
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“Ranked #33 among a list of 150 Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for … for the fourth consecutive year.”

“An Inc. 5000 Hall-of-Famer, N2 made this list for the eighth consecutive year – an achievement that puts [them] in the top 4% of companies ranked multiple times.”

“N2 ranked at #5 on [Entrepreneur’s] list of Top Company Cultures in the medium-company category.”

It is important to have some basic insight into N2 Publishing and its two boldly-Christian founders. If you wish to know what makes N2 Publishing distinctive, check the company’s Culture Deck here. It is instructional and inspirational.

But our story is about N2Gives, which was created by N2 founders, Duane Hixson and Earl Seals. N2Gives seeks out and supports “nonprofits that are run by people who have big hearts and business minds. We will send as many as possible into areas where human trafficking is ignored.”

Duane and Earl have a heart for helping people whose lives are being destroyed by the “epidemic of human trafficking that no one wants to even think about.” They also realize that some are called to go, and others are called to send. At least for the present time, N2Gives believes its calling is to empower and send. Last year, N2Gives donated $3 million to help nonprofits that are working at the grassroots level to reduce human trafficking and to restore those whose lives have been traumatized as victims. N2Gives supports anti-human trafficking efforts and relief in more than 20 countries. It has donated more than $10 million dollars to fight human trafficking since 2016.

Here are a few of the 19 NGOs that are currently supported by N2Gives.

The International Justice Mission (IJM) rescues and restores victims, works with local law enforcement to bring criminals to justice, and advocates justice system reforms.

Love Justice International is compelled by God’s love to fight the world’s greatest injustices: to rescue lives from the horror of sex trafficking and slavery.

All God’s Children is a ministry dedicated to intervening for the 8 million orphans living in institutions by creating pathways to family and independence.

A Safe Place is an empowerment organization helping victims of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic sex trafficking through advocacy and restoration.

Agape International Missions goal is to stop the cycle of exploitation by preventing trafficking and by rescuing, restoring, and reintegrating survivors in Cambodia.

Asia’s Hope provides family-style residential care for orphaned children at high risk of sexual and economic exploitation in Cambodia, Thailand, and India.

Engedi Refuge is a restorative program working with women who have come out of sex trafficking and prostitution.

REST provides pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade.

The Exodus Road fights human trafficking by working with police to gather evidence, facilitate rescue missions, and empower aftercare for survivors.

Selah Freedom’s mission is to end sex trafficking and bring freedom to the exploited through four strong programs: Awareness, Prevention, Outreach, and Residential.

N2Gives helps to fund these NGOs and others that seek to eradicate human trafficking, believing that

“In theory, every human has a voice.
In reality, there are many who don’t.”

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