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Thistle Farms

Thistle Farms is a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. They do this by providing a safe place to live, a meaningful jobs with Thistle Farms shop, café, factory and office.

RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
Thistle Farms provides housing, case management, healthcare, counseling, education, and employment for two years at no charge. Their homes operate on a holistic model with no authority living in the house. Each home represents a community built on trust and love.

SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
Thistle Farms’ three social enterprises are Body & Home, The Café, and Global Shared Trade. All social enterprises  provide both gateway and permanent jobs for survivors, as well as mission revenue.
Women survivors serve in many leadership roles in every department. Over the past year, these enterprises collectively reached more than 40,000 customers, providing over $2m in income for survivors.

Thistle Farms Café and Shop
Shop at Thistle Farms
Café at Thistle Farms
Factory at Thistle Farms
Survivor working in the shop
Survivor who works in a leadership role
Thistle Farms founder Becca Stevens
Thistle Farms CEO Hal Cato and café staff