Native American women are 2.5 times more likelyto experience violent crime and twice as likely tobe raped or sexually assaulted
61% of Native women will beassaulted in their lifetimes
34% of Native women will beraped in their lifetimes
Native American women are trafficked intothe sex trade at a rate 20 times higher thanthat of the general population
Boldly Helping Women and Children in Extreme Need
BoldeReach selects non-profit organizations that are doing exceptional work improving the lives of women and children. We focus our efforts on raising both awareness and funds to aid and further their work.
Throughout our fundraising cycle, we hold community meetings and events to educate and highlight on the current concern. 93% of all proceeds go directly to the chosen organization.
BoldeReach has raised close to $1,000,000 for non-profits to support their programs to serve women and children in extreme need.
Our Current Beneficiary
Pathfinder Center provides a safe haven for survivors of trafficking, offering secure housing, health care, and training in life skills that will enable them to move on to the next phase of their lives.
Native American women are 2.5 times more likely to experience violent crime and twice as likely to be raped or sexually assaulted.
- 61% will be assaulted in their lifetimes.
- 34% will be raped in their lifetimes.
- Native American women are trafficked into the sex trade at a rate 20 times higher than that of the general population.
Pathfinder Center is the first Native organized safe house for Native American victims of sex trafficking.
HOPE LIVES AT THE DAIRY CENTER FOR THE ARTS MARCH 21, 2018 7:30PM
Join us to celebrate and stand with those taking action to protect victims of human trafficking. This Dairy Center for the Arts event is produced in collaboration with BoldeReach and Pathfinder Center. A multidisciplinary performance will remind all of us of the power of the arts to move us to take action and be a beacon of hope for change when faced with challenging social problems.
Performers include award-winning Native American hip hop artist Frank Waln paired with dance by Alysha Perrin, spoken word artists Tanaya Winder and Hannabah Blue, and music performances by Altius Quartet, Christie Conover, Cobus du Toit, Doreen Lee, Amy Briggs, Ann Marie Morgan, Sandra Wong, and Bill Douglas!
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Actress, Rachel Plenty Wolf
at HOPE LIVES launch event for Pathfinder Center
Motivational speaker, and performance poet,
Tanaya Winder at HOPE LIVES launch event for Pathfinder Center
S.T.O.P. INDIA GALA
BoldeReach Board Member, Sabina Spencer,
learning about hydroponic farming in
South Dakota, with Pathfinder Center
Past BoldeReach Board Member, Rebecca Drogen, engaging gala guests in the event Marketplace
DANCE for BoldeReach attendees getting their groove on for a good cause.
The Latest News
Thanks to BoldeReach supporters, we’ve had a VERY successful launch of our funding season for Pathfinder Center.
October 5, 2017 – HOPE LIVES CAMPAIGN LAUNCH
Launch party attendees joined us to learn about the amazing work that’s being done to recover and heal trafficked women in the first ever Native founded and operated safe house for trafficked women. The event raised over $35,000.00 for the Pathfinder Center and the incredible work they are doing. BoldeReach will continue to support the important programs of Pathfinder Center throughout 2018.
February 22-23, 2018 – Pathfinder Visit
BoldeReach Board Members, Sabina Spencer and Eva Marie, visit Pathfinder Center for on-site strategy and planning meetings.
March 11, 2018 – DANCE for BoldeReach
At a fun and packed Kakes Studio, dancers got their groove on with Ayer Creator and instructor, Juliet Seskind leading everybody through an hour-long class. It was a great way to raise close to $1,200.00 for the causes BoldeReach supports. A sincere “Thank you” goes out to Juliette Seskind and Kakes Studio for donating their time and location, and also to all of the awesome dancers who joined us for a Sunday morning boogie!
Please spread the word by sharing our crowdfunding site, like us on Facebook, and tweet about the amazing programs at Pathfinder Center. We want people to know about the extent of human trafficking right here in the US, and to have the opportunity to make a difference for women rebuilding their lives through the help of the Pathfinder Center.