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Ask your janitor.
Together we can Take a stand against Human Trafficking
We believe everyone can play a role in the fight against human trafficking. Please consider some of the opportunities below. If you are unable to donate your time, we welcome you to support our efforts by donating a monetary gift. Every little bit goes a long way in the Bay Area's anti-trafficking community.
Commit to learning more about the pervasiveness and breadth of human trafficking in your community.
START by asking yourself, "What can I do in 10 minutes, 10 days and 10 months to fight trafficking?" Put ideas down on paper, talk them over with family and friends, then get out your smart phone or calendar, and commit these ideas to a date in time to move your conviction into action. (Source: www.baatc.org)
No Traffick Ahead is working to ensure that our businesses get the training they need. If you're interested in receiving training, please review our Training Resources to determine which ones will meet your needs.
Volunteer with our partner agencies. Some things to consider:
How much time do you have? A few hours a week for a year? One-time events? The length of a project?
Do you have specific skills? Think about how organizations could benefit from your unique strengths.
Raise awareness among local businesses:
Encourage businesses to get training on how to identify, report, and prevent trafficking.
Become a Watchdog to ensure businesses are in compliance with SB1193, a bill that requires certain businesses to post a public notice with hotline information for current victims needing help or to report any suspicious activity.
Ensure that your supply chain is in compliance with the CA Clean Supply Chain Act
Help with implementation and compliance of SB1193
Legislation to help combat trafficking is monitored on CAST LA’s website
Local Government Resolution
We're encouraging cities and counties to sign the Local Government Resolution. By signing, they agree to host events at hotels, restaurants, bars, and other locations that can show they've taken some measure against human trafficking. In addition, they agree to train key government agencies on human trafficking.
List of cities and counties who have signed the resolution
DO YOU NEED HELP?
If you're in immediate danger, please call 911
Polaris BeFree Texting Helpline
Text BeFree (233733)
National Human Trafficking Hotline
Red flags that someone may be in danger