The following list is by no means comprehensiveIf you know of a helpful link, leave a comment below and I will add it to the list.  Links were found through suggestions by friends or by a simple Google search, and where I was unable to find abolition information for a particular state, I used The Polaris Project's U.S. map for information.  Disclaimer: as I do not have personal contact with each of these organizations, choose carefully.  This is simply designed to help you begin researching where you can plug in.  Anyone who has volunteered knows that not all organizations are created equal; if one of these organizations catches your interest, be sure to do your own research on it before jumping in head-first Make sure it's a place or a vision with whom you want to partner.  Also note that not all listings are faith-based.

International Anit-Trafficking Organizations:
Video Resources:
Organizations by State:
If you would like an organization added or removed from this list, please leave a comment below.

(* = Trafficking organization    + = Faith-based organization    ^ = Organizations aiding the homeless, sex abuse victims, etc. )

Other Organizations
  • Pandora's Project - Resources for victims of sexual assault and sexual abuse
  • Women's Law - Legal resource for female victims of abuse and assault
  • A Call to Men - Organization aimed specifically at men, calling them to put an end to sexual violence.  As co-founder Ted Bunch says here, "Men feed the demand, and men have to eradicate the demand."
  • Truckers Against Trafficking - This organization is AWESOME.  Truck stops are a prime location for sex-trafficking, and these truckers are trying to put a stop to that.
  • Dream Catchers for Abused Children - Educational resource for how to spot and help victims of child abuse.
  • Soroptimist - "Improving the lives of women and girls in local communities and throughout the world."
  • Just Tell - Organization encouraging a world where children who have been sexually abused are comfortable immediately telling a trusted adult about the incident.

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