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Your monthly gift supports the fight against human trafficking and is a badge of commitment you have in the fight.

Who are defender team members?

Those committed to financially supporting the costs incurred in the fight against human trafficking. In addition to monthly giving, when a need arises, this is the team who steps up to meet it.

Benefits of being a Defender Team Member

Help reach those with a brighter day in their darkest hour of need through proactive, reactive, and restoration care

FREE T-shirt Rescue Team Shirt (minimum monthly donation is $40/month. Allow up 30 days. No international shipping).

Ongoing Informational and Educational Resources

Annual Rescue Team Call

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*Statistics sourced from The US Institute Against Human Trafficking, The Polaris Project, and Let My People Go

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Frequently Asked Questions

What countries are you serving in? Which organizations are you partnering with?

TTF is currently serving both domestically and internationally in 8 different countries. For the safety and security of both the victims and the rescue operations on the front lines, we are unable to disclose more specific details such as names or locations.

What type of work is the foundation doing to impact the crisis?

The foundation is engaged in three phases of impact: proactively through international community resource centers that come alongside at-risk families providing training and support to strengthen the family unit, preventing them from being taken advantage of in their vulnerability or having to turn their children into commodities out of desperation; reactively through support of rescue operations that extract victims from the darkest of places and bring them to safety; and relationally through a holistic community of care that addresses survivors’ physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual needs in long-term residential settings that nurture their healing and give them the tools for a life of freedom.

How can my organization partner with yours?

At this time, we are focusing our efforts on deepening our impact through our current strategic partnerships. We are encouraged to know that there are many who share our passion for this fight and encouraged by the momentum and awareness created by each of us lifting our voices to put a stop to human trafficking.

How can I support the work you are doing?

Pray: The human trafficking industry is an exceptionally dark place, and those victimized by it and those working to end it need your prayers. We also ask that you pray for God’s blessings upon TTF as we move forward in carrying out our part of the mission.

  • Give: We invite you to prayerfully consider supporting us financially. The mission is great, and it comes at a cost. But through your donations, we can make a real and lasting impact in the war against human trafficking. 100% of all giving goes directly towards ministry initiatives.
  • Educate Yourself: We have included multiple website links below where you can learn more about this global atrocity that is taking place in every country around the world and in every state within the U.S. It is closer to home than most people think and the first step in creating change is understanding the problem.
  • Raise Awareness: We would love for you to share with your community about the work TTF is doing. You can follow us on all major social media platforms, as well as join our email community where you can receive the latest information and news.
  • Build Community: The unfortunate reality of human trafficking is that it is happening everywhere. We encourage you to be intentional with your community - check in on your friends consistently, build relationships with the at-risk in your community, keep your eyes open and don’t be afraid to ask hard questions. Solid support systems can prevent trafficking from happening before it can occur.

What do I do if I suspect human trafficking?

If someone is in immediate danger, please call your local authorities at 911.

To request a child welfare check in non-emergent situations, please call 311.

If you suspect human trafficking, call the human trafficking hotline: 1-888-373-7888

(TTY:711) or text 233-7333. Or join in the web chat: Click HERE.

Where can I learn more about the human trafficking crisis?