BWell Today For Tomorrow, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, pledged to join forces with the Just Ask Prevention Project to help safeguard communities through partnership. BWell Today also presented the Just Ask Prevention Project with a grant to further the reach and effectiveness of its programs. This grant will be used in the implementation of prevention programs in realizing the vision of Just Ask – a world where children are free to achieve their full potential without the threat of being trafficked or exploited.
The Just Ask Prevention is a 501(c)(3) multidisciplinary collaborative team with an unmatched level of expertise in fighting human trafficking and other forms of exploitation. The Just Ask Prevention Project seeks to inoculate communities against the threat of human trafficking, a public health crisis, by implementing youth curriculum, awareness campaigns, and professional training to schools, youth groups, hotels, retail, faith communities, law enforcement, and other front-line professionals in the identification, prevention, and response to human trafficking and other forms of exploitation. Since it was founded in 2013, the Just Ask Prevention Project has trained over 900 professional and community-based organizations in education, prevention, and intervention in suspected cases of exploitation.
Bwell Today For Tomorrow was founded in memory of brother and sister Andrea Saenz and Jacob Blackwell. The organization provides grants and ancillary funding to entities that effectively prevent at-risk lifestyles in adolescents, support mental health activities, and implement wellness in the everyday lives of families needing support…all through the use of hands-on programs and boots on the ground activities.
For more information review the Press Release