Human Trafficking

Just to add a little help in getting the word out, I’m creating a list of groups that work to combat human trafficking in all its forms. If you know of one not listed, send it to me via the “Contact” page above. It should be reputable and active with a current website and/or social media presence. Please include the links to these sites and accounts. Thanks!

The National Human Trafficking Resource Hotline receives calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 1-888-3737-888

“A human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression,” International Justice Mission Facebook page, Follow @IJMHQ on Twitter

“End child sex slavery and exploitation,” Love146, Love146 Facebook page, Follow @Love146 on Twitter

“Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide,” Half The Sky Movement, Half the Sky Facebook page, Follow @Half on Twitter

“That those who love God will not only actively seek to love their neighbors as themselves, but also will lead others to actively care for the poor and oppressed,” Multiply Justice, Multiply Justice Facebook Page, Follow @MultiJust on Twitter

“Combatting the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children,” StreetGRACE

“A grassroots movement to end sex trafficking,” Apne Aap, Apne Aap Facebook page, Follow @apneaap on Twitter

“Girl educational and mentoring services,” GEMS, GEMS Facebook page, Follow @gemsgirls on Twitter

“Every 2 minutes a child is sold into the sex trade,” Don’t Buy Girls, Don’t Buy Girls Facebook page, Follow @dontbuygirls on Twitter

“Compassion isn’t compassion until it leads to action,” Save Our Sisters Today, Save Our Sisters Today Facebook page, Follow @SOS_savethem on Twitter

“PREVENT : RESCUE : RESTORE : EQUIP” Agape International Mission, AIM’s Facebook page, Follow @AgapeIntMission on Twitter

“Every name has a story,” Unbound

“Go, Love, Connect,” Jesus Said Love, JSL’s Facebook page, Follow @JesusSaidLove on Twitter

“We want a world where slaves are free,” The Exodus Road, Facebook page, follow @theexodusroad on Twitter

  • Julia Everheart

    I volunteer with a ministry called Agape International Mission (AIM) that works to end child sex trafficking in Cambodia. They work in one of the most notorious places on Earth for the trafficking of children as young as four. Their website is Please check them out!

  • Bryant Summers

    Check out Traffic911 in the Dallas /Fort Worth area as well.

  • Heather Pelczar

    Mending the soul. Check it out.

  • unkleE

    I have referenced a few more organisations at Begin to combat slavery. In particular, you should include Stop the Traffik.

  • Amy

    I think it’s great you have a tab just for human trafficking. I am an ambassador with Shared Hope International, and appreciate you getting the word out about this far reaching epidemic in our country, in our towns.
    I highly suggest you link the trafficking hotline number to the top of your page to those who would like more info or point someone to help.

    National Human Trafficking Resource Hotline 24-7:1-888-3737-888