Mentor a child, and reduce his or her risk of being trafficked.

At-risk youth are vulnerable to being trafficked. Traffickers often target individuals that feel unloved or feel uncared for, and then traffickers manipulate these children by meeting their needs – by providing shelter, food, love or attention. Find a local mentoring program to invest your time with and help prevent at-risk youth from being targeted.

Sign up to be a mentor

Read the article above to learn why mentoring is critical to ending trafficking. Then, find a mentoring agency and volunteer.

Forms of Abolition:

Forms of Slavery:
Child Labor, Sex Trafficking