Rescue Freedom International
Shared Hope International
My Life My Choice
Nola Brantley Speaks
City of Refuge
Free Our Girls
Here are some things you can do, here are some organizations and resources for getting involved, even one person can make a difference. I have tried my best to include all of the resources that I am aware of at this time, if you know of any that I have not included please message me and I will gladly list them here.
(This list in no way implies on my part, any affiliation with the organizations listed. I have only tried to list those organizations that I are doing good work.)
I work part time for an Arlington non profit SeraphimGlobal, located in Arlington Virginia, they have offices in El Salvador and in Lebanon and they have several different programs one of which is a law enforcement training program
Ideas For Making a Difference
Intern, volunteer, become a fellow, donate and/or raise money for an anti-trafficking organization.
Residential facilities are sorely needed. And they cost a lot of money. Any collaboration with a reputable organization that is trying to make these facilities a reality would be greatly appreciated and is very much needed. Please do your due diligence when looking to volunteer or work with any organization out there.
Amara Legal provides pro bono (free!!) services for victims of human trafficking. Amara works with victims to clear the records that should never should have happened in the first place, and also to ensure that the proper legislation is in place to help victims of trafficking
Intern or Volunteer with an organization that provides direct services to runaway and at risk kids: Examples in the DC area include:
Design a research project or directed readings course- This could involve best practices in, preventing trafficking from occurring, assisting victims, prosecuting perpetrators or a number of other related issues.
Create or join petitions on Change.org, a online platform for social change that includes
taking action to fight trafficking:http://www.change.org/about;http://www.change.org/topics/humantrafficking
Work to reduce your individual slavery footprint-http://slaveryfootprint.org/