What Can You Do To Help?

Become Educated About the Topic:

Attend presentations, read about it, connect with our face book page. The more you know, the more you will understand.

Spread The Word:

Tell others about human trafficking and what you’ve learned so they too, will become aware. A well informed community is a traffickers worse enemy.

Know the Human Trafficking Law:

Victims rights are accessible by going to our link of the laws here:

Support Legislation:

Advocate for change. Write or call your legislators and lend your support to what they are doing right or share what you feel needs to be improved.

“Like Us” on Face Book:

Updates are published regularly with important world, country, state or local information. Liking us increases awareness through social media.

Donate:

Contribute your time, talents or financial resources to our task force to help us fight this fight. Together, we can make a difference.

See Something, Say Something:

If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t…..report it. The National Human Trafficking Hot line is free and available 24/7. 1-888-3737-888

Advocate:

Ask your church, school, business, health care facility, hotel, restaurant, etc., if they had initiated human trafficking awareness training and if not, would they please consider putting that on their goal list for the immediate future. Provide them with our contact information.

Take the Survey:

Figure out how many slaves are on your own back by taking the survey: Slavery Footprint

Live with less:

Curb your own demand for child and forced labor products and buy fair trade, ethical products that use fair labor practices and standards.

Train to be a speaker/presenter:

Train the trainer workshops are held periodically at the state level. Contact us here for more detail for the next session.

Create a Community Awareness Event:

Have an idea? We’ll help plan it with you and can even get speakers. Let’s spread the word and get the truth out there.

Know your Neighbors:

Trafficking can happen anywhere, including in your own neighborhood.

Be Alert:

Don’t think it could happen to you? Neither did most victims. Learn the warning signs and don’t be afraid to tell someone if you feel you notice any of them.

Human Trafficking: 20 Ways You Can Help

This is a short list of What You Can Do to help in the fight against Human Trafficking. It is not meant to be a final comprehensive list, but rather a starting point.