Advocacy Resources

While donating is a meaningful way to impact change, we are highlighting organizations you can volunteer and work with to advocate for systemic and permanent change.

The Global Alliance Against Trafficking In Women

Comprised of more than 80 non-governmental organizations, the Alliance examines the context of migrant labor exploitation and works to alleviate forced labor practices through research, advocacy, and communication.

FAIR Girls

FAIR Girls works to provide help to trafficking survivors that identify as women or girls through providing housing, trauma-informed services, and education.


Since its founding in 2002, Polaris serves victims and survivors through the National Human Trafficking Hotline, datasets that illuminate the realities of human trafficking, and evidence-based strategies proven to disrupt and prevent human trafficking.

End Slavery Now

End Slavery Now is a project of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and uses various forms of art and activism to end slavery in all forms.

Use the link below to find organizations near you that work to end human trafficking.