That's why since 2012, we've made it our mission to accelerate and resource the global movement against it. Sex trafficking is the fastest-growing crime in the world, impacting the lives of more than 40 million people and their communities.
The average age for recruitment is just 12 to 14 years old.
Traffickers look for their victims online as well as at shopping malls, bus stops, schools, after-school functions, foster homes—anywhere at all—and more and more, we are witnessing family members initiating their children in sex trafficking. It is likely happening in your community right now. Unless people like you choose to do something now, the cycle will continue.
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We unite funders, adventurers, and every day people with over 40 local organizations across more than 25 countries. Together, we find and accelerate the most effective frontline initiatives and create resources and tools to scale the fight against human trafficking. It's working.
We work with over 40 local partners spanning more than 25 countries to fight sex trafficking daily.
635,169 people have been impacted through aftercare, prevention, outreach, awareness, and intervention programs since 2012.
Over 250 unique programs holistically combating trafficking and scaling the global movement.
66 safe homes operating worldwide provide holistic care to help victims become survivors.
So far this year, 615 women and children have been set free from sex trafficking.
So far this year, 4,068 people were impacted through online and in-person outreach—357 people joined Local Partner programs as a direct result.
So far this year, 1,250 people have been empowered with job training—576 people have been employed as a direct result.
So far this year, 1,694 people, of which 895 are children, have been empowered with a life-changing education. Education is one of the most powerful ways to prevent trafficking.
So far this year, 8,077 attempts to purchase sex have been disrupted.