DO SOMETHING TO END SEX TRAFFICKING
You may not see it, but it’s happening – in homes, motels, hotels, truck stops, and spas across America. We’re talking about sex trafficking in the United States.
An estimated 100,000 children – and thousands more women – are being sold for sex in the United States each year. Over 80% of victims are US citizens – not foreign nationals transported into our country, and the average age a victim enters the sex trade is between 12 and 14 years of age.
In the midst of the darkness, eyes are being opened, and people are starting to come to grips with what’s happening around them. Join us in saying – “enough is enough” and do something to help end sex trafficking in our nation.
4 WAYS TO DO SOMETHING
1. Educate yourself, friends, and family on sex trafficking.
– Watch IN PLAIN SIGHT: Stories of Hope and Freedom, an inspiring documentary on six modern-day abolitionists who are transforming the lives of sex trafficking survivors across our nation.
2. Take a practical action step in your own community.
– Check out our “31 Ways to Take Action” and invite your friends and family to “do something” with you.
3. Make a donation to help sex trafficking survivors.
– Click here to learn about six unique projects benefitting aftercare homes featured in the documentary.
4. Host a screening of the IN PLAIN SIGHT documentary.
– We make it easy to host a screening in your city at your school, church, or local theatre.