Human Trafficking

ACT promotes the full implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) that first and foremost gives children the right to be cared for by their parents.

Against Child Trafficking USA

ACT’s primary focus is the fight against the commodification of children, especially opposing the market in children for intercountry adoption and the market of transnational commercial surrogacy.

Our goal is to defeat the evil of sex trafficking.

Agape International Missions

We plan to defeat sex trafficking through a holistic strategy of fighting trafficking, restoring victims, and transforming communities.

Our mission is to enable anti-trafficking advocates and legal providers to connect across borders and build solutions together.

ALIGHT (Alliance to Lead Impact in Global Human Trafficking)

ALIGHT is a nonprofit organization that fulfills the needs of anti-trafficking professionals by developing an online networking portal that provides access to resources and on-the-ground assistance in their clients’ countries of origin.

CATW is a non-governmental organization that works to end human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of women and girls worldwide.

Coalition Against Trafficking in Women

Since 1988, CATW has provided widely recognized leadership on local, national, regional, and international levels, in promoting legislative, policy, and educational measures to raise awareness about the root causes of human trafficking. CATW and our partners engage in advocacy, education, victim services, and prevention programs for victims of trafficking and prostitution in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe, and North America, including the United States. CATW’s work includes aiding victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation by providing multi-level services, financial aid, psychological support, housing and legal advocacy for victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.

Compassion First is a Christian humanitarian/relief organization serving survivors of international sexual trafficking.

Compassion First

We provide aftercare, legal advocacy, and law enforcement training that guides each individual in our care toward regaining their self-worth and living their future to their highest personal potential.

Courage Worldwide works in collaboration with child welfare, probation, families, and other community organizations to place children at Courage House, our home for minor female victims. Internationally, we partner with local Non-Profit organizations and participate in street outreach to find exploited girls.

Courage Worldwide

The physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual repercussions caused by the trauma of sexual exploitation and commercial trafficking is extreme, devastating, and without proper intervention – lasting. Our dream is to equip 1,000,000 people to build 1,000 homes in 100 cities and countries during the next 10 years so that hundreds of thousands of children can be set free.

We seek to protect children globally from commercial sexual exploitation.


ECPAT is a network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children around the world. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.

Our goal is to free enslaved children who are sexually exploited, trafficked, and abused daily around the globe.


We aim to establish an effective model of justice and care that cities around the world can emulate, so we can begin to see an end to this crime.

We want to impact the world in God’s directed places by identifying, developing, nurturing, and empowering leaders in their own culture to more effectively bring Christ to the world’s most difficult places. We are dedicated to this mission to help fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19), build unity in the body of Christ, and bring profound change to villages, cities, and nations in order to spread the Glory of God’s Name among the nations.

Global Connection International

Connecting people who care with the world’s greatest needs by providing humanitarian relief and deeds of mercy, prevention, intervention, and restoration for survivors of Human Trafficking and sexual abuse, training for leaders to stimulate long-term sustainable, economic, social, and spiritual growth.

Global Family was originally established with the belief that long-term alternative care for at-risk and abandoned children is best practiced within the structure of a family, rather than in an institution.

Global Family Care Network

Global Family’s shelter homes accommodate children caught in vulnerable situations. Each child’s physical and mental needs are met before being restored back to their families or placed in family long-term care.

Love146 journeys alongside children impacted by trafficking today and prevents the trafficking of children tomorrow.


We connect the dots to understand how vulnerability operates in the lives of children, and intervene both to care for survivors who have been harmed and ultimately to prevent harm from happening in the first place. Our work is achieved through the power of relationships and collaboration, listening to those with lived experience and diverse backgrounds, scaling proven practices, and challenging the systems that leave children vulnerable. Our core commitment is to do what is best for children.

Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting, and Serving Sexually Exploited Youth (MISSSEY) advocates and facilitates the empowerment and inner transformation of sexually exploited youth by holistically addressing their specific needs.

Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting, and Serving Sexually Exploited Youth

MISSSEY was created to respond to the specialized and complex needs of sexually exploited children and will dramatically decrease the current gap in CSEC-specific services by providing intensive case management, court advocacy, professional & community trainings, comprehensive data reporting, and local/state/national education & awareness campaigns.

Modern slavery is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to 20.9 million people around the world. And no matter where you live, chances are it’s happening right down the street. Polaris, named after the North Star that guided slaves to freedom in the U.S., disrupts the conditions that allow human trafficking to thrive in our society.

Polaris Project

From working with government leaders to protect victims’ rights, to building partnerships with the world’s leading technology corporations, we spark long-term change that focuses communities on identifying, reporting and eliminating trafficking networks. Our comprehensive model puts victims at the center of all that we do -- helping survivors restore their freedom, preventing more victims, and gathering the data to pursue traffickers wherever they operate.

Our mission is to provide a clean and sober living community to empower homeless women who have been working in prostitution to attain needed skills and resources in order to grow and become independent and self-sufficient members of society.

San Francisco SafeHouse

San Francisco SafeHouse is the only residential program of its kind in San Francisco, and only one of five such programs in the entire country that seeks to provide women leaving prostitution with the intensive social support, therapeutic treatment, linkages to medical and mental health services and housing for up to 18 months. We offer a continuum of care that allows intensive case management and access to resources to help heal mind, body and soul

Senhoa Foundation supports vulnerable persons and survivors of human trafficking through prevention, rehabilitation, and advocacy programs.

Senhoa Foundation

We provide funding and capacity building through long-lasting partnerships to establish sustainable programs that serve underprivileged women and children. Disadvantaged communities will be free from oppression, poverty and discrimination; have equal access to education and empowered to fulfill their goals, aspirations and reach their highest potential.

STOP THE TRAFFIK equips people to understand what trafficking ishow it affects them and what they can do about it.

Stop the Traffik USA

We gather and analyze information from communities about how and where trafficking is happening. We partner with local and global law enforcement agencies. We engage businesses to eradicate trafficking from their supply chains.

Guardian Group (GG) is comprised of former elite military, law enforcement, and special operations forces (SOF) personnel. GG works with law enforcement to illuminate, disrupt, prosecute, and relentlessly pursue child predators.

The Guardian Group

We are developing a nationwide network of teams to work together to counter sex trafficking and coordinate rescue and restoration for victims. Our approach draws upon our experience in training and fusing intelligence and operations to achieve counter-network effects. We are designed to complement resource-constrained law enforcement and task forces in gaining prosecutable evidence.

World’s Children is an international humanitarian organization and publicly supported charity. We sponsor children because children often are not the primary recipients of development assistance and yet they are the very ones who hold the key to the future. If they are educated and given opportunities their parents never had, the children gain fulfilling lives and the country gains productive citizens.

World's Children

World’s Children has cared for orphans and vulnerable children around the world since 1965. We provide food, shelter, healthcare, education, safety, and love for over 1200 orphaned and destitute children in 50 orphanages in India, the Philippines, Kenya, Mexico, and Guatemala through child sponsorship. We also provide scholarships for disadvantaged college students in India.