Forced. Exploited. Enslaved.
The Dream Builders Project is a strong advocate of human rights – believing that it is every person’s basic right to have freedom, shelter, food to eat, and medical assistance as needed. In 2015, The Dream Builders Project began its first International Anti-Human Trafficking Campaign to raise awareness about modern day slavery and the traumatic, lifelong effect it has on its survivors. The Dream Builders Project has partnered with the Los Angeles Police Department to better educate the public on human trafficking with an emphasis on prevention.
The Dream Builders Project assists the LAPD by providing supplies for rescued victims, sponsoring conferences to support the facilitation of rescue missions and more.
Partner & Beneficiary
The Los Angeles Police Department Human Trafficking Unit
operation reclaim & rebuild
The Dream Builders Project sponsored the LAPD’s Operation Conference. Our founder, Mayer Dahan, attended the conference to thank LAPD for their continued efforts and to speak about The Dream Builders Project. The operation focused on rescuing victims of sexual slavery and human trafficking, identifying their captors, and seeking successful prosecutions.
care packages 11/9/16
The Dream Builders Project assembled over 50 care packages for those affected by human trafficking. The bags were filled with some essentials including shampoo, conditioner, beauty products, socks, sunscreen, sunglasses, water and more! The care packages were given to LAPD officers, who keep them in the squad cars to distribute throughout Los Angeles where they see fit.
GMID Speaking engagement 4/12/18
The Dream Builders Project founder, Mayer Dahan, spoke at the Global Meetings Industry Day to the hotel industry about human trafficking in Los Angeles and our partnership with the Los Angeles Police Department Human Trafficking Unit.
Are you looking for help?
The Dream Builders Project is not a team of trained mental health professionals and does not provide direct health or financial services of any kind to any one individual. The DBP was created to serve as a bridge between those in need and organizations that can provide proper aid. If you are in need of help, please note that we can only provide you with a list of resources to the best of our ability and cannot directly vouch for any references. If you or someone you know is in an emergency situation, please call 911.