We partner with anti-trafficking organizations that work on the front lines in the fight against modern day slavery. Learn more about these organizations and the tremendous work they're doing locally and around the world.
International Justice Mission (IJM) is a U.S.-based non-profit human rights organization that operates in countries around the world to rescue victims of individual human rights abuse. They are on the cutting edge of the fight against modern day slavery, having developed successful anti-trafficking programs in places like the Philippines, India and Cambodia.
Their mission is to rescue thousands, protect millions, and prove that justice for the poor is possible. You can learn more about their work at IJM.org.
International Justice Mission
The Chester County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition (CCAT) works to eliminate modern-day sex and labor slavery by increasing public awareness, advocating legislative action, supporting law enforcement, and offering referral services to victims and survivors.
CCAT includes members from law enforcement agencies including the FBI and Homeland Security, social services organizations including The Salvation Army, Crime Victims’ Center of Chester County, Domestic Violence Center of Chester County, government agencies, faith-based organizations and concerned citizens. For more information e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chester County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition
The New Day Drop-In Center is the centerpiece of the Salvation Army's effort to address human trafficking in Philadelphia. The center seeks to be salt and light in the community displaying the love of Christ for his people and for those who are marginalized in society.
The center is a safe, trauma informed, welcoming and non-judgmental space for women suffering from sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in Philadelphia. Many of the women seen are suffering from the "force, fraud and coercive" tactics of sex trafficking and are seeking safety. For more information click here.