There are 3 billion people living in poverty, 27 million in slavery, approximately 800,000 trafficked every year (mostly for sexual exploitation), and countless other human rights violations in our world.

Slavery, sexual exploitation, violent oppression and victimization of the poor must be stopped through community and civic organizations in partnership with public justice systems.

The human rights and humanitarian nonprofits that we partner with fight global poverty, slavery, sexual exploitation and violent oppression. They protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied. They facilitate lasting change by strengthening the capacity for self-help; providing economic opportunity; delivering relief in emergencies; influencing policy decisions at all levels; and addressing discrimination in all its forms. They investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilize the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world.

$30 can provide an aftercare package, providing basic necessities and tangible gifts of love to former slave that has just been rescued.
$50 can cover the cost of an undercover investigator for a day.
$120 can provide three days of vital care to rescued victims.
$150 mobilizes 100 activists to raise public awareness through a local rally.
$250 covers the cost of six days of aftercare for a victim.