Breaking The Silence, "For A Decent & Fair Life"

How To Help?

A volunteer has a unique opportunity to join the cause of the Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation to abolish modern slavery by donating their time and talents.

Providing A Donation In Support Of Our Services

Donating is also a form of volunteering as an indirect way to get our services to those who need them. A donation represents the part of an individual who wants the welfare of others through financial support—this fundamental support for our cause creates a significant impact on someone’s life.

Raising Awareness About the Topic

One of the best ways to prevent human trafficking, domestic abuse, exploitation, etc., is to inform your community. A volunteer’s mission is to raise awareness about this danger we are all exposed to. The community can be more cautious when the threat signals appear by staying informed.

Organizing a Group to Obtain Funds

Volunteers will have the power to organize themselves in groups to carry out activities to raise funds for FSTH. These funds go directly to prevention, restoration, and resocialization. It is essential to create events to draw the attention of future donors.

Participating in Promotional Events

You can feel a sense of involvement in helping us achieve our goals by participating in our community events. Therefore, all volunteers are invited to participate in events that we organize during the year. Participation helps our efforts to be successful!

Denouncing A Case of Trafficking or Exploitation

Volunteering does not only mean direct service participation. It is also essential to report cases of human trafficking that may occur around us. Silence is our most cruel enemy in this struggle. Reporting a case of human trafficking is fundamental to fighting this evil that afflicts the whole world.

The National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1 (888) 373-7888

FSTH offers three services for our community and survivors of domestic violence, modern-day slavery, and human trafficking.

Through

PREVENTION,
RESTORATION
AND RESOCIALIZATION.