*Note: This page is continually updated with additional organizations and brands that help fight against human trafficking.
Featured – Our Anthem
Our Anthem is an organization that is a non-profit arm of Agape International Missions that works with law enforcement to free individuals being sex trafficked, and then helps employ survivors, and counsels them to ensure proper supports for healing. Survivors are employed to make bracelets that you can purchase on the Our Anthem site. They are beautiful, high-quality, and best of all, they have the word freedom engraved on them, along with the name of a survivor and the date she was freed.
100% of the proceeds go towards this specific mission. If you’d like to purchase a bracelet or the Abolitionist Box, you can use this link for 15% off.
The International Justice Mission (IJM) (learn more)
The IJM is an anti-slavery organization that works to address the areas of forced labour slavery, sex trafficking, sexual violence against children, citizenship rights abuse, police abuse of power, and land theft.
The Child Rescue Coalition (learn more)
The Child Rescue Coalition uses advanced technology to identify the IP address of child predators and then works with law enforcement to identity, apprehend, and convict offenders. This organization is doing significant work to bring awareness to child pornography and help end its distribution.
Our Rescue (learn more)
Our Rescue gathers experts in extraction operations and in anti-child trafficking efforts to bring an end to child slavery. Called the O.U.R.’s Ops Team, former CIA, past and current law enforcement, and highly skilled operatives lead coordinated identification and extraction efforts. They operate in conjunction with law enforcement throughout the world. Once victims are rescued, a comprehensive process involving justice for the perpetrators and recovery and rehabilitation for the survivors begins.
A21 (learn more)
A21 is a nonprofit organization fuelled by radical hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. The heart of the organization is a focus on the ‘one’. The one woman, the one man, the one child trapped and exploited, unable to see another end to their story. A21 aims to give them freedom, independence, and the chance at a better story.
Covenant House Toronto (learn more)
Covenant House provides care for young people who have experienced homelessness and sex trafficking. They provide shelter, serve meals, offer access to counselling services, as well as advocate at all levels of government to push forward agenda items pertaining to homelessness, child welfare, and sex trafficking.