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 Ms. Alanis Morisette, without whose help and support Safe Place wouldn't be where it is today.
We envision a world where race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, class, and country of origin, no longer separate us.
SPI’s core mission is to empower double-marginalized refugee/migrant communities via projects aimed at the provision of basic needs, such as food and shelter while enhancing long term sustainability and integration activities.
SPI enhances the need for community engagement and accountability by relying on the people we serve to drive the evolution of our programs through extensive feedback mechanisms, while quickly adapting to an ever-changing landscape of social, emotional, political, and health and safety challenges. We seek to create and sustain grassroots structures to address specific resource deficits such as food, housing, and education in doubly-marginalized communities by deploying a decentralized service methodology using volunteers and partnerships with donors, farmers, and other groups or organizations.