Yesterday, I posted a review on a little book called Rescuing Hope by Susan Norris. While all of the below information can be found on her website and in the back of that book, I felt like I should share some organizations you can join with to fight human trafficking. I am trusting Susan Norris here and cannot personally vouch for all the links. This is a sensitive and gritty subject, so browse with caution.
I highly recommend that anyone interested in educating themselves on or taking action against human trafficking start by reading Susan's book, Rescuing Hope.
To Susan's list, I'd like to add one group I heard of through Do Hard Things. They're not your normal organization; in fact, they're a campaign of school-age kids and teenagers. On their website, they explain that "Loose Change to Loosen Chains is a campaign led by school kids from kindergarten through high school to rescue victims of modern day slavery. The campaign was launched by a seventh grade student from Christian Fellowship School in Ashburn, Virginia who believes one person can make a difference. Inspired by the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, William Wilberforce, Mother Teresa, Gary Haugen and others who have fought for equality and justice, Zach Hunter wanted to do something about the problem of oppression and slavery today."