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CARING FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING


We are creating sustainable solutions for long-term care for 100 women and children rescued from the U.S. sex trade.

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CARING FOR SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING


We are creating sustainable solutions for long-term care for 100 women and children rescued from the U.S. sex trade.

Donate Now


 

there is widespread belief

among American communities that the trafficking of humans is a third world problem, that we in the U.S. are neither vulnerable or accessible — our research says otherwise.

 

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The Hard Truth


1 out of 6 reported runaways in the U.S. are likely child trafficking victims [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children]. But the majority go unreported. It is likely that well over 300,000 women and children are being used in the U.S. sex trade.

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The Hard Truth


1 out of 6 reported runaways in the U.S. are likely child trafficking victims [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children]. But the majority go unreported. It is likely that well over 300,000 women and children are being used in the U.S. sex trade.

Learn More

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Building 100 Points of Exit


The Hundred Movement was born out of a vision to rescue and restore one hundred women and children from the U.S. sex trade. Our goal is to build long-term families for survivors.

How We Do It

Building 100 Points of Exit


The Hundred Movement was born out of a vision to rescue and restore one hundred women and children from the U.S. sex trade. Our goal is to build long-term families for survivors.

How We Do It

THE CORNERSTONE

Abundant Life

We believe the church is the cornerstone of these efforts; the exit from slavery and the entrance to abundant life. Our vision is to build an integrated system where a victim can be supported long term through a foster care family or a rescue home facility. 

THE FRAMEWORK

Sustainability

These aftercare systems often begin with the leadership of an abolitionist who mobilizes support in his or her community, church, or school. We seek to build and train abolitionists to learn, collaborate, and sharpen the models we call "best practice solutions."

Whatever your age, demographic or background, the Hundred Movement is here to support your efforts, learn with you and connect you to a growing network of abolitionists so that 100 women and children can find freedom. We are asking you to give your life for those who cannot grasp freedom for themselves. We are asking you to build a sustainable family for a survivor of the U.S. sex trade.

THE BUILDING

A Vision of Restoration

It started with homeless orphans in Sri Lanka and ends with a home and family for victims in the U.S. It began in 2008 and while our hope is that by 2028 one hundred trafficking survivors will be on their way to restoration, the ultimate goal is one church for one life. There are over 300,000 U.S. sex trafficking victims, and there are over 300,000 U.S. churches. What if each one could welcome a survivor into a therapeutic foster care family at the center of a "20-person family" of sustainable support?

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