The Jensen Project is raising money for Starla House, a DFW home for survivors of sex trafficking.
Real change takes real resources
Your non-profit is dedicated to ending sexual violence. It takes funding to help the women in your community, but that is just the starting point. You must also:
You’re not alone. We help nonprofits through strategic grants and resources, giving holistic help to our partner organizations.
Let us make it easier through our programs.
“The Jensen Project invested in two pilot projects at Restore to address the two greatest needs for survivors in New York City: housing and jobs. Today, these 'projects' are now 'services' that are fully-funded and helping survivors thrive in their recovery journey.”
We believe we’re stronger together
As a rape survivor, our founder Janet Jensen discovered that organizations are doing the hard work needed, but faced similar obstacles.
This journey led her to create The Jensen Project, unifying nonprofits in the fight against sexual violence.
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The Jensen Project focuses our work on three key categories within sexual violence
We're in this fight together
You’re helping real women, living real lives—with very real scars. You’ve embraced them with empathy and compassion and chosen to be a part of the solution. But you don’t have to do it alone. Together, we will end sexual violence.
Tell us about you, your organization, and the goals you’re trying to reach.
We decide where our grants and programs can make the most impact.
Have the support you need to create real, measurable change in your community.
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A Path to Liberation “There will never be enough willing participants to meet the demand of buyers.” —Sex-trafficking survivor on why we should not legalize
There are countless women who are being trafficked inside Nevada’s legal brothels. You will not see those women in the media, being interviewed or writing op-eds. You will not hear their stories. These women would face life-threatening consequences if they spoke up.