At Safe Place International, we believe that the survival of humanity is dependent on how we love and care for the most vulnerable among us. We envision a world where race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, class, and country of origin, no longer separate us.

Since 2017, Safe Place has been providing basic needs, housing, and sustainability to asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants in Greece, Turkey and worldwide.  

(L-R) Justin Hilton, Founder & Executive Director of Safe Place, with Mrs. Alanis Morissette, without whose help and support Safe Place wouldn't be where it is today.   

Because we believe that stories and lives of doubly-marginalized migrants and refugees need to be heard, we support them in creating a pathway to a sustainable and fulfilled life that celebrates the unique qualities that each of their lives holds. We recognize the preciousness of each life as we  work to support  the  dignity and self actualization of the most marginalized members of the global refugee community. 

Though global advocacy and direct aid initiatives combined with the incubation and ongoing support of grassroots efforts that directly serve  doubly marginalized refugees around the world, Safe Place International seeks to significantly  improve the individual and collective life experience and opportunities of the communities it serves. SPI strongly believes in  models that promote autonomy for small organizations and individuals while aggregating resources , best practices and general information that optimize results for those individuals and organizations.

SPI has opened and operated over 20 shelters and assisted in the opening and operation of many more. SPI founded and provides ongoing  support to Safe Place Greece as well as many other grassroots organizations around the world. SPI also develops and supports educational, vocational and entrepreneurial  livelihood programs both independently and in partnership with Educational Institutions. SPI is actively involved in advocacy that creates recognition of the unique vulnerabilities of Doubly Marginalized Refugee

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