NSM’s microenterprise initiative is an opportunity for survivors of sexual exploitation to partner with NSM to create their own small business. Profits are set aside in a fund saved for school tuition or rent for their next home.

We have no makers at this time.

How the microenterprise initiative works:

NSM buys the materials, and the participants make the items, then we sell the item through our existing online community. Each product is made to order. Profits go to the participants in a scholarship when they leave NSM in a planned and positive exit. Trauma-infomred staff help provide logistics of supply and demand and will offer mentorship to women who want to pursue their business beyond their involvement in the program.