End Human Trafficking Now

300,000 Children At Risk Annually


AT RISK CHILDREN
  • Sexually Abused
  • Frequent Runaways
  • School Dropouts

While these examples are common reasons for children to be at risk, the truth is that any unsupervised child is at risk.

RISK FACTORS
  • Under the age of 18
  • Unsupervised internet access
  • Relationship with older boyfriend
  • Insecure and looking for "love"
  • Test boundries or take risks
  • Drugs or alcoholism at home
  • No boundaries at home
INDUSTRIES
  • Motels & Hotels
  • Social Media & Websites
  • Clubs & Escort Services

Wether its a business traveler ordering an escort to their hotel or a bachelor party at a strip club, many industries indirectly support human trafficking.

BIG BUSINESS
A $40 Billion Industry

It is estimated that human trafficking generates $40 billion dollars annually. That's more than McDonald's, Google's and Walmart's profit combined.

  • $5.46 - McDonald's
  • $10.74 - Google
  • $15.70 - Walmart

This Isn't Just A Global Problem,   It's In Our Neighborhoods

Some of the major cities in the U.S. are some of the worst areas for human trafficking in the world. Much of the demand in the U.S. is in affluent areas where children are trafficked for sex.

SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS

We need your help. Please support our efforts to put an end to human trafficking in your backyard. For more information about how you can get involved contact us.

NEED HELP?

Human Trafficking Hotline

1-888-3737-888

Text "HELP" to 233733

Missing & Exploited Children

1-800-THE-LOST

1-800-843-5678

Cyber Tip Line

The Congressionally-authorized CyberTipline is a means for reporting crimes against children. Reports may be made 24-hours a day, 7 days a week online.
MAKE A REPORT

STAY INFORMED

GET INVOLVED

We are dedicated to educating our communities about the real threat of human trafficking in their own backyards. Are you, your Rotary Club or organization interested in joining the fight against human trafficking? Join the movement by connecting with us so we can support efforts to end human trafficking in your area.


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