Our founders are U.S. Special Operations veterans who felt compelled to continue serving others after their military career. This yearning led them to create International Harbor Foundation in 2015. They recruited a group of experts focused on medicine, advocacy, rescue, hostage negotiations, security, and humanitarian work.
We are an international mission that strives to take down human trafficking networks both at home and abroad. Our team of tactical and rescue experts are dedicated to freeing those in wrongful captivity and helping needy communities. We want to bring light everywhere we go.
We are a voice for the voiceless. We encourage governments to aid in our fight to end the human trafficking epidemic. We also educate the public with our own publications and provide resources to media outlets covering this issue.
After the rescue comes an even harder battle: rehabilitating human trafficking survivors. We connect survivors with other organizations and therapeutic resources to help them reclaim their lives.
Now that sounds all fine and dandy, but on Charity Watch they are not even registered.
Let's look at their affiliates. The Institute on Religion and Democracy encourages you to donate but nothing on Charity Watch either. Two of their board members are from the Weekly Standard and Patrick Henry College, right wing rag and organization.
Jones Group International was founded by James Jones who retired as a National Security Advisor to President Obama. Sounds like they didn't get along anyway.
Ironhand Security is based in Iraq.