Making a Difference in the Fight Against Child Trafficking

Vote Yes on Prop 35: The CASE Act

We are dedicated to the belief that children are to be loved and not sold or coerced into exploitation.

The goal of this website is to educate, equip and assist students, parents, schools and communities in creating various awareness and fund raising events to expose predators and provide aid to victims of child trafficking

Our volunteer base is growing daily as Californians have found a voice and renewed sense of hope. You too can make a difference.  

Download California State PTA Resolution in English

Download the California State PTA Resolution in Spanish

Human trafficking is all acts involved in the recruitment, abduction, transport, harboring, transfer, sale or receipt of persons, through force, coercion, fraud or deception, to place persons in situations of slavery or slavery like conditions, forced labor or services, such as forced prostitution, domestic servitude, bonded sweatshop labor, or other debt bondage.

 

  • 300,000 children in the U.S. are at risk every year for commercial sexual exploitation. -U.S. Department of Justice
  • 600,000 – 800,000 people are bought and sold across international borders each year; 50% are children, most are female. The majority of these victims are forced into the commercial sex trade. – U.S. Department of State, 2004, Trafficking in Persons Report, Washington, D.C.
  • An estimated 14,500 to 17,500 foreign nationals are trafficked into the United States each year. The number of U.S. citizens trafficked within the country is even higher, with an estimated 200,000 American children are at risk for trafficking into the sex industry. – U.S Department of Justice Report to Congress from Attorney General John Ashcroft on U.S. Government Efforts to Combat Trafficking in Persons
  • An estimated 2 million children, the majority of them girls, are sexually exploited in the multibillion dollar commercial sex industry – UNICEF
  • Investigators and researchers estimate the average predator in the U.S. can make more than $200,000 a year off one young girl. – NBC Report by Teri Williams