USING POWER & INFLUENCE FOR GOODVOICE OF JUSTICE FOUNDATION
Philanthropy and giving back is a crucial part of Hilton Consulting, LLC. Therefore, Dr. Melodye has established the Voice of Justice Foundation. 100% of all tax-deductible donations received go to Voice of Justice’s purpose.
01. voice of hope
To provide national and international scholarships for potential young leaders to receive leadership training.
02. HANDS OF RESCUE
To aid in the rescue and care of orphans and children in developing nations.
03. INSTRUMENTS OF JUSTICE
To partner with other not-for-profit organizations/foundations to impact a generation with hope, vision, and purpose. (i.e. for causes such as ending human trafficking, etc.)
VOICE OF JUSTICE FOUNDATION
Mission & Vision
To be a voice of hope, hands of rescue, and instruments of justice on behalf of the neglected, abused, or shamed.
Injustice is simply an abuse of power, while justice is a righteous use of that power. The objective of the Voice of Justice Foundation is to use the influence and resources of its founders and supporters to be an instrument of justice, especially on the behalf of children and youth.
Already established is the International Training Center: School of Emerging Leaders where they train, equip, and activate young revolutionary leaders for platforms of influence. Our hearts have broken for young people nationally and internationally that have no one to assist them. We want the Voice of Justice Foundation to be a bridge of resources to help these young people that have amazing potential to be empowered to impact their world for good.
We have partnered with other not-for-profits in building schools, orphanages, and rescuing street children from abuse and prostitution. A young generation is crying out—our goal is to be an answer to its call! We are now making efforts to partner with others to see human trafficking ended and help the victims of its atrocities.
Human trafficking is the most lucrative branch of economy in the world. In contrast to drug or arms trading, humans can be sold repeatedly. The barbarity of modern slavery is taking place not only in third-world and developing countries, but in our nearest neighborhoods. Experts guess that 27 to 30 million people are victims of human trafficking worldwide. Alarmingly, almost one third of these are children and unfortunately, the numbers are rising.
*Above image credit Dorothée Widmer of Heartwings NGO
We can be a voice of hope and a hand of rescue for those who have no voice.
Dr. Melodye is currently partnering with Heartwings NGO in Zurich, Switzerland. Heartwings works in the multicultural red light district with a focus on humans in desperate and hopeless circumstances, who wish for a change of their situation. They wish to see dignity restored to women and children and to give them hope and help for an exit out of the devastating prison of dehumanizing slavery.