Natalie Grant’s Hope for Justice Organization Named Charity of the Year

Natalie Grant’s Hope for Justice, whose global movement aims to fight human trafficking and those affected, was named The Public Interest Registry’s (PIR) Charity of The Year at the organization’s 5th Annual .ORG Awards. Hope for Justice also took home an award for their tireless work tackling historic injustice. The PIR, a not-for-profit that manages the .org, .ngo, .ong top-level domains, selected Hope for Justice from more than 1000 organizations representing 70 countries. The PIR will also donate $60,000 to support Hope for Justice’s work.

“What an incredible honor to accept this award on behalf of all the amazing staff and teams that we have internationally across seven countries, who go to the ends of the earth to bring freedom,” says Tim Nelson, CEO of Hope for Justice. “We work to try to prevent exploitation, rescue victims, and see their lives restored, and just this year[…]