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Human Trafficking Prevention

Join us in the fight to end human trafficking

January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, dedicated to raise awareness about human trafficking and educate the public about how to identify, prevent and respond to this crime. Extended Stay America is committed to the fight to end human trafficking all year round. It's critical for everyone to be able to identify the signs and know how to respond if you suspect an individual is being trafficked. 

In 2022, Extended Stay America teamed up with G6 Hospitality to donate $500,000 to the “No Room for Trafficking Survivors Fund.” Extended Stay America has been a long-time AHLA Foundation partner at the forefront of anti-trafficking efforts, driving the industry to support survivors. As a result of our combined efforts and funding, No Room for Trafficking will be able to support survivors with direct financial support, career training and other resources to empower them on their path forward. Read the press release here. Learn more about the AHLA Foundation's work to combat human trafficking here.