In addition to calling The Salvation Army or the police when you suspect human trafficking, there are many other ways to help in the battle against trafficking.
Share the information you already have with friends and colleagues. Help us raise awareness by spreading the news.
Volunteer with our program. We need volunteers for our 24-hour hotline, drop-in center and more!
Sign up for a training session to learn more about trafficking, how to spot it and how to help survivors. Invite your neighbors, colleagues, family and friends!
Donate new or gently-used items that would be useful to those leaving the abusive situation. Items such as hygiene products, clothing, bus cards, fans and other household goods are most in need. Professional services (medical/dental visits, counseling, legal support and others) are also needed. Check out our Amazon wish list.
Shop for fair trade items and items made by survivors to help them earn a living wage to care for their families.