Watch and share A21's videos about human trafficking scenarios and survivor stories.
Rally together abolitionists for A21's largest fundraising and awareness event, Walk For Freedom.
Equip yourself with the facts about human trafficking and tell others.
Whether you’re a teacher, student, nurse, government official, or a business owner, anyone can educate their community.
Read and share the latest stories of freedom, breaking news, new campaigns & developments.
Share your heart, write a letter to encourage a survivor. For more information/guidelines, click here.
One of the easiest ways to fundraise is to donate your birthday on Facebook. Encourage your friends to give the gift of freedom through your fundraiser.
Check out A21’s wishlist on Amazon to see if there’s a need across our offices.
Select "The A21 Campaign" as your "Smile" charity of choice.
Help support A21's work around the globe. Start a fundraiser and share it with your community!
Give monthly and join us on the frontlines in the fight against slavery.
Learn to recognize when human trafficking is happening and how to make an (anonymous) report.
Shop products made by survivors through our social enterprise, Liberty.
Watch our short, documentary-style film and inspire your friends by sharing the story of how one life has led to the rescue of thousands of others.
Get ready for baseball season and check out the cities where Strike Out Slavery is hosting events this year!
Help abolish slavery in one of our offices and around the world.
Learn about how about how you can prevent human trafficking through the power of sports.
It's A Penalty
Use your social media platforms for good. Raise awareness, make donations, get creative.
The fight against slavery begins with you in your local community. Learn how you can rally the community around you to join the mission of freedom.
Get your gear and start conversations with what you wear.
Your business matters. And your business can be a part of something world-changing.
Join thousands of advocates around the world to fight human trafficking by wearing a dress (or tie).