Virginia Isaias

1665 E 4th st #110-111-112
Santa Ana CA  92701

Phone: (800) 670-1014

Virginia Isaias

As volunteers, our complete board of directors and staff at FSTH – Fundación de Sobrevivientes de Tráfico Humano-Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation, strive to fulfill every aspect of our mission and vision.
HOW BIG OF A PROBLEM IS MODERN SLAVERY? There are an estimated 27 million slaves in the world, including 50,000 children and 200,000 to 300,000 young and older adults exploited in the USA. The largest trafficking areas in California are San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Orange County. F.S.T.H. has helped rescue individuals from extreme cases of violence:
• For example, a young mother was attacked with acid 50-60% of her body with 2nd and 3rd degree burns and on March 2013, under a humanitarian medical visa we were successful in having her admitted to the U.S.A where she was able to receive lifesaving surgeries. We are currently assisting her in the reunification with her children who have been separated from her for months.
• We have been assisting with an on-going case in the reunification of a mother whose children were taken by their violently abusive father.
• We have also helped a young girl who had been sexually abused as a child, who consequently suffered from mental illness because of her unreconciled trauma. She was further traumatized as she continued to be sexually abused during her mental fugue.
• We have assisted other families who have endured violence and exploitation.
Because we believe that you shares our same values, mission and vision, and are well known for collaborating with other organizations, we also welcome any possibilities to cooperate with you in the near future.
FSTH’s VISION: A world without violence, slavery, exploitation, and survivors of violence and human trafficking living dignified, happy self-fulfilling lives.
FSTH’s MISSION: To provide support to all those who have suffered abuse, domestic violence or any type of modern slavery (sexual or labor exploitation), or who have been deprived of their rights and/or freedom, and to ensure survivors receive respect and understanding.
• We Empower Survivors
• We Raise Awareness
• We Mobilize the Community
• We Advocate for Victims and Survivors

OUR COMMON VALUES
• Service Culture
• Dignity
• Integrity
• Respect
• Personal Growth
• Hope
• Solutions
• Advocacy and Community Approach
TWO KEY FOCUS AREAS:
PREVENTION
• We offer educational workshops on prevention of child abuse, domestic violence, modern slavery, abduction and exploitation, with an emphasis on what the “red flags” are and a focus on the reality of a growing tragedy that’s currently taking place in our communities.
REINSTATEMENT OF SURVIVORS:
• We restore physical, psychological, spiritual, emotional health and wellness, including the recovery of self-esteem to achieve full happiness.
• We provide the opportunity to volunteer and support survivors so they may regain their dignity, respect, happiness and growth.
PHILANTHROPY
Many organizations ask for support to achieve their goals and it is often difficult to choose with good intentions among so many organizations.
With FSTH, you can easily rest assured of selecting an organization with significant impact, support, and dedication, as we can reflect a history of successful accomplishments throughout the communities.

BIOGRAPHY
http://youtu.be/9NIcN8Z8RPo
Virginia Isaias is an American citizen, born in Mexico, and a survivor of human trafficking.
She grew up in the heart of a violent home, and witnessing the constant abuse of her mother resulted in a difficult childhood for her. When she was 15-years old her father arranged for her to be married without her consent, which brought her 12 years of domestic violence.
During her life she went through multiple abuses with the culture of "keeping silent" and keeping a secret all the abuses she went through.
Even after all this she kept moving forward, until a trip she took to Guadalajara with her small daughter that turned her life around.
They were both kidnapped and taken to the capital of that country, from there to Oaxaca and from there to Chiapas, in which later on she was sold into prostitution for three months. She was tortured multiple ways and beaten until she was unconscious. Fortunately for her after the third attempt, Virginia was finally able to escape from her captors.
Even after all the horrors she went through Virginia has now overcome many of her traumas and has taken care of her children. She has brought an extraordinary service from more than 4 years to her community. She works arduously in helping women who have suffered ill treatment as the ones she suffered.
She has confronted enormous challenges and now she wants to awaken the world's consciousness regarding this human calamity. She is the Founder of “Survivors of Human Trafficking Foundation” whose Vision is: A world without violence, slavery, exploitation, and survivors of human trafficking living dignified, happy self-fulfilling lives.

La Fundación de Sobrevivientes de Tráfico Humano (FSTH – Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation), lucha por la prevención sobre violencia y, rescatar a víctimas del tráfico humano que en su mayoría incluye a menores de edad.
Hemos comprobado que juntos podemos salvar una vida, restaurarla y reintegrarla a una vida normal por lo que solicitamos su apoyo cualquier forma que esta sea y de acuerdo a sus posibilidades.
Que tan grande es el problema de la Esclavitud Moderna:
Se estiman como 27 millones de personas en esclavitud a nivel mundial, que incluye como 300,000-600,000 menores explotados sexualmente y violentamente en E.E.U.U. Las zonas con más altos índices de explotación en California son los Condados de San Francisco, San Diego, Los Ángeles, y Orange.
Sobre FSTH – es una organización 501 c (3) sin- fines-de - lucro; con más de 3 años de existencia; muy reconocida por el Congreso federal; el Senado; la Asamblea; el Condado de Orange; Departamento de Educación de OC; el consulado Mexicano; varias ciudades y otras organizaciones de alto prestigio.
El trabajo de FSTH inspira, motiva y empodera a sobrevivientes y a nuestra comunidad a lograr la diferencia.
 Por ejemplo, Virginia ayudó a salvar a una madre que había perdido toda esperanza de recuperarse de un ataque de cuchillo y ácido (mutilación de mama, pulmón colapsado y quemaduras de 2do y 3er grado en 60% de su piel. FSTH le ayudo a venir a EUA., con una visa humanitaria / médica para recibir cirugías y salvar su vida. Estamos ayudándole a reunificarse con sus niños que han sido separados de ella durante 18 meses.
 Además, hemos ayudado y seguimos en el proceso, ayudando a la reunificación de una madre cuyos hijos fueron llevados por su padre violentamente abusivo.
 También hemos ayudado a una joven que había sido abusada de niña, y que sufría de una enfermedad mental debido a su trauma, y que también estaba traumatizada aún más porque Ella, estaba siendo abusada sexualmente durante su fuga mental.
 Hemos ayudado otras familias que han sufrido la violencia y la explotación.
VISIÓN de FSTH:
Un mundo sin violencia, sin esclavitud, sin explotación, y los sobrevivientes de violencia y del tráfico humano viviendo una vida digna, feliz y con mucho éxito.
MISIÓN:
• FSTH capacita, empodera a la comunidad y a los sobrevivientes
• Alzando Conciencia,
• Movilizando a la Comunidad,
• Abogando por y apoyando a sobrevivientes.

NUESTROS VALORES EN COMUN
 Cultura de Servicio
 Dignidad
 Integridad
 Respeto
 Crecimiento Personal
 Esperanza
 Soluciones
 Enfoque Comunitario y de Abogacía
DOS AREAS CLAVES DE ENFOQUE:
PREVENCIÓN
 Ofrecemos talleres de prevención de abuso a menores, violencia doméstica, y educación sobre la esclavitud moderna, secuestros y explotación que está ocurriendo en nuestras comunidades.
 Educar sobre “las banderas rojas” de la violencia doméstica y tráfico humano.
REINTEGRACIÓN DE SOBREVIVIENTES:
 Restaurar la salud física, psicológica, espiritual, emocional y bienestar que incluye la recuperación de auto-estima, para lograr la plena felicidad.
 Ofrecer la oportunidad de hacerse voluntario y apoyar a sobrevivientes en recuperar su dignidad, respeto, felicidad y crecimiento.
PROPUESTA DE COLABORACIÓN
 Porque creemos que comparte nuestros valores, nuestra visión y nuestra misión siéntase bienvenido(a) a colaborar con nosotros, conforme a sus posibilidades.
FILANTROPIA
Muchas organizaciones piden apoyo para lograr sus metas y muchas veces es difícil de escoger entre tantas organizaciones con buenas intenciones.
Con FSTH usted puede estar tranquilo(a) y seguro(a) del gran impacto que su apoyo tiene, porque está colaborando con FSTH que es una organización con larga historia de apoyo y muchos logros en la comunidad.

BIOGRAFIA CORTA.
http://youtu.be/9NIcN8Z8RPo
Virginia Isaías, ha convertido su vida de abuso sexual de niña, la violencia doméstica y su experiencia de víctima de secuestro y de la trata en su fortaleza para establecer la “Fundación de Sobrevivientes de Tráfico Humano (FSTH), una organización 501 c (3) sin fines de lucro. Porque Virginia fue testigo de mujeres y niños torturados, víctimas de la trata, y homicidio, hasta que ella se escapó con su hija de 6 meses, Virginia arriesga su vida para apoyar a los sobrevivientes de la violencia y la trata de personas.
Los sobrevivientes están agradecidos a Virginia por ayudarlos a "romper el silencio" y "romper el ciclo de la violencia" y por ayudarles a salir de una relación abusiva.
Virginia es una persona inspiradora, porque a pesar de que ha sufrido mucho, ella se enfoca en hacer la diferencia, y el unirse a otros para proporcionar recursos gratuitos para empoderar, y defender a los sobrevivientes.
Virginia es una defensora incansable que da fuerza, voz y esperanza a sobrevivientes. La misión de Virginia es salvar una vida.

Over 27 million people are never given the right to answer and are robbed of their freedom. It is time to raise awareness and let the world know WE ARE ‪#‎NOTFORSALE‬

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Tue: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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