We find that most of the organizations that assist our government in rescuing our children from the sex and labor slave trade do not have a main source of funding. They are manned by volunteers who have to work full-time jobs to support themselves and their families. They rely mostly on individual donations and special events to raise funds.
It is also true that many county and city police departments do not have the resources to establish their own trafficking departments. In North Carolina, we only have one count police agency that has such a department but yet is undermanned and under-equipped. Again, a lack of funds to finance this effort. With Human Trafficking on the increase putting our children in danger, our mission is to become the main source of income for these agencies that are fighting Human Trafficking. We shall concentrate on raising as many funds as we can so we can support as many of these agencies as possible. This will not only relieve their time to concentrate more on rescuing those who are being trafficked, but also give them the resources needed to develop new and innovative programs to stay ahead of the criminals that are committing these horrible acts.