National Human Trafficking Prevention Month Fund
Since 2010, January has been nationally recognized as National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Human trafficking exists in many forms, including forced labor, sex trafficking, forced marriage, criminal exploitation, and domestic servitude, and is a deep and pervasive issue all over the world. According to the U.S. Department of State, there are estimated to be 24.9 million adults and children who are subject to human trafficking around the globe.
The following organizations are committed to the fight to end human trafficking through education, prevention, advocacy and policy while also providing various forms of support to human trafficking survivors.