Beth Klein Awarded the Georgia Imhoff Philanthropy and Activism Award 2011

Beth Klein Awarded the Georgia Imhoff Philanthropy and Activism Award 2011

On October 11, 2011, Beth Klein was awarded the Georgia Imhoff Philanthropy and Activism Award for 2011 at an event hosted by Black Tie Colorado. The award was given to Ms. Klein because of her accomplishments in working to end human trafficking. Congratulations, Beth!

Human trafficking is a grave violation of human rights that affects thousands of men, women, and children around the world. Klein Frank, P.C. takes an aggressive stance against human trafficking – in fact, Beth Klein and Carrie Frank wrote the 2010 and 2011 Anti-Human Trafficking laws for the state of Colorado, which provide that a victim may sue for three times the amount of their damages and attorney’s fees so that they have what they need to start a new life.

The Klein Frank Foundation, created by Attorneys Beth Klein and Carrie Frank, is committed to ending human trafficking and helping victims secure compensation and restore dignity. The attorneys work with governments around the world to enact and enforce laws that work for each unique community. They offer assistance to any government in writing anti-human trafficking law and policy free of charge in an effort to help vulnerable and displaced people find education, support, and resources to lead a new life.

Visit The Klein Frank Foundation online to learn more!

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