9th Birthday Campaign

We're celebrating nine years of rescue!

This year, we’re asking our Search + Rescue community to help us train 100 Brazilian police officers to effectively combat human trafficking in their communities. Your gift of $50 can train one police officer.

Nine years ago, 15-year-old Sarah* was sold on a dark street in Thailand.

Our undercover investigators found her and worked with police to free her and arrest her trafficker. That’s how it all began.

*Name representative to protect survivor identity

Train police to Rescue the Next Sarah

Today, The Exodus Road community is celebrating

1505

Survivors Rescued

820

Traffickers Arrested

6400

Supporters Making Freedom Possible

It's our ninth birthday. Let’s celebrate that first moment of rescue!

Would you celebrate 9 years of rescue with a $50 gift to our birthday campaign? Your donation will protect girls like Sarah by equipping law enforcement officers in Brazil.

Many law enforcement officers in Brazil do not have access to the educational resources needed to understand human trafficking crime. The Exodus Road has agreements in place to train thousands of Brazilian police officers through our TraffickWatch Academy program, equipping them to identify, prevent, and respond to human trafficking.

You can help us expand the expertise that you’ve always supported in our Search + Rescue program to a hundred front-line law enforcement officers.

Freedom for the next Sarah 

Freedom for the next Sarah 

Freedom for the next Sarah 

Freedom for the next Sarah 

Freedom for the next Sarah 

Freedom for the next Sarah 

You can rest assured that your gift will be used with intentionality and transparency.

We value every financial gift that you trust us with, and we are committed to transparency and accountability in how those funds are allocated. Suggested campaign donations are built on real cost estimates, informed by our nine years of experience in the counter-trafficking field. Your actual gifts will support the program areas of greatest need, following The Exodus Road’s standard of devoting more than 80% of all funding directly to counter-trafficking programs.