LINKING ARMS ACROSS AMERICA IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING
TEAM UP: Volunteer Day to Stop Human Trafficking in Your City
- This one-day public event protects at-risk missing children from being trafficked. A 45-minute volunteer training will equip participants to canvas the community to visit 5 local on a local area route.
1 Day I 1 City I 1 Route I 5 Stores
Join the fight from any city across America!
Super Bowl is one day a year securing positive impact for a lifetime by creating safer communities for children and vulnerable adults. Law Enforcement, nonprofit/agency experts, survivor leaders, and IOB volunteers served over 1,000 hours in ten days! Prevent human trafficking 365 days a year by posting a Freedom Sticker in your community convenience store! Over 30,000 convenience stores post a Freedom Sticker! Thank you for making a difference!
January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month!
HT101 Training Series
Human trafficking happens 365 days a year in any size and type of community. Join our three part training series to grow in your understanding of what human trafficking looks like IN OUR BACKYARD. You can do your part to understand and report today!
LEARN MORE: READ THE BOOK
True stories that inform and educate
Through true stories and years of boots-on-the-ground experience, including at the Super Bowl, anti-trafficking expert Nita Belles teaches readers everything they need to know about human trafficking in the United States and what they can do to join the fight against it.
100% of your donation creates a pathway to FREEDOM.
When we prevent one we prevent many. Receive impactful updates on how you’re making a difference.
Even one victim of human trafficking is too many. Our seven awareness and prevention programs protect the vulnerable, help bring justice to perpetrators, connect survivors to services, and conduct efforts surrounding large events like the Super Bowl.
WE PARTNER WITH THE BEST
To her neighbors, Angie was just a young mother who loved her children and struggled to provide for them. To her trafficker, C-Note, she was a reliable source of income. In reality, Angie is a normal, smart, and kind human being who was being sold for sex by C-Note to anyone who’d pay, no matter what they did to her.
C-Note was taking her to her next “date,” when they stopped at a store so he could buy cigarettes. Angie went in the restroom and saw a sticker on the stall door that had a promise of freedom from her...
FREEDOM STICKERS SAVE LIVES
Over 500,000 Freedom Stickers containing the National Human Trafficking hotline are strategically posted in public restrooms nationwide. When a trafficking survivor calls or texts this hotline, they are offered hope and help.
A 2016 study from Northeastern University found that one of the most effective ways to increase human trafficking arrests is by posting the National Human Trafficking Hotline in public places. A public restroom is a private and safe place for a victim to reach out for help.