It’s estimated that internationally, there are between 20 million and 40 million people in modern slavery today.
Source: International Labor Organization
Without a safe place to go, 80% of victims end up back in their trafficker’s hands.
Source: Safe House Project
Globally, an estimated 71% of enslaved people are women and girls, while men and boys account for 29%.
Source: Free the Slaves
- Find and Validate Safe Houses
Our team performs extensive research to find and validate safe houses to ensure they adhere to all guidelines and provide appropriate care and treatment to survivors.
- Build Safe House Partnerships
Our safe house partners are instrumental in providing support to those rescued from the sex trafficking industry through a comprehensive and trauma-informed aftercare program.
- Educate and Build Awareness
We have created tools and resources to educate the community to help identify the signs of sex trafficking and stop it before it happens.
04. How You Can Help
Ways to Get Involved
Make a Donation
Join the Cause
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We believe it’s your right to know exactly where your money goes. 100% of the money that is donated goes back to our mission. Through your support, we are able to meet the needs of our safe house partners that provide the necessary treatment for victims rescued from human sex trafficking.
05. Who We Are
We are a group of volunteers passionate about making a difference in the lives of those we serve. We come from various personal and professional backgrounds, and we know that diversity of experience and thought makes our team strong. Regardless of your background, we’re always looking for people to join our cause and be on mission with us to help the vulnerable. Learn more about volunteer opportunities and how to join our team.
Join Our Community.
Every Penny Counts
We do as much as we can with the resources we have available to us, but it’s your generous donations that make the work we do possible, providing rehabilitative after-care to victims of human trafficking and supporting the safe houses that we partner with in order to do so.