Argus Ceo Named as Chairman of The Board for Anti-Human Trafficking 501 (C)(3) Non-Profit
September 18, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsMcLean, VA, September 18, 2013 – The Argus Companies (Argus), formerly Argus International Risk Services, is proud to announce our CEO, Jon Snyder, has been elected to the position as Chairman of the Board for Redeem The Shadows, Inc., a nationally recognized Anti-Human Trafficking 501(c)(3) based in Stuart, Florida. Redeem The Shadows was originally founded by Noel Thomas, the current head coordinator for anti-human trafficking efforts in the State of Florida.
Modern-day slavery is "Human Trafficking" and is a $32 billion industry affecting 27 million people worldwide, and is tied with arms dealing as the second largest criminal industry it the world. There are more people in slavery today than during the trans-Atlantic slavery period. Most shocking of all, these victims are not only foreigners, but United States citizens! There are approximately 200,000 U.S. children enslaved in America. Certain groups of children are susceptible to become victims of human trafficking. Children at the highest risk for trafficking are runaways, kidnapped children, children from broken homes and juvenile delinquents. In the United States, an estimated 300,000 children are at risk to become a victim of the human trafficking industry.
"I am honored the Board of Directors has vested faith in my ability to lead the organization into the future with a single vision for helping victims of human trafficking. I look forward to our future as a pinnacle organization in the fight against human trafficking, while addressing realistic measures to enhance rehabilitation for victims across the United States," stated Jon Snyder, Chairman of the Board.
About Redeem The Shadows
Redeem The Shadows believes that no one should be a slave. In order to create a zero tolerance policy and effectively combat human trafficking, agencies and activists must accurately assess the needs of their communities to develop strategies that leverage the strengths of organizations available. Identifying available resources will reduce duplication of services and produce services that will help organizations work better together to stop human trafficking and meet the needs of survivors.
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