LOGAN, Utah—Utah-based bedding accessories maker Malouf today announced a new initiative to take on the global issue of human trafficking. Through the Malouf Foundation, the company will focus efforts and funding to become a force against human trafficking by supporting non-profit and law enforcement endeavors to free innocent victims and prosecute criminals, as well as to aid in the aftercare and rehabilitation of child survivors.

“When you think about your role and responsibilities to make the world and our communities a better place, there is no worse crime and no greater cause than child sex trafficking,” said Sam Malouf, CEO of Malouf. “It’s not an easy topic to discuss, but it’s a harsh reality that needs our voices and our actions.”

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The Malouf Foundation stands behind the conviction that every child deserves freedom, justice, dignity, and a safe home. That’s why we have partnered with several organizations that work to shelter, protect, and rescue children around the world.

Our flagship cause is to support efforts to end child sex trafficking. More than two million children are victims of sex trafficking around the world. Join us as we bring awareness to this global issue, support law enforcement in delivering justice, and fund aftercare for survivors so they can build a better future.

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We are always looking to connect with more people in our community. If you would like to request donations, offer support, or learn more about Malouf Foundation, please contact us.


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Malouf Foundation is a registered nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.


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