Blog shield arrow-simple-alt-top arrow-simple-alt-left arrow-simple-alt-right arrow-simple-alt-bottom facebook instagram linkedin medium pinterest rss search-alt twitter video-play arrow-long-right arrow-long-left arrow-long-top arrow-long-bottom arrow-simple-right arrow-simple-left arrow-simple-bottom readio arrow-simple-top speaker-down plus minus cloud hb pin camera globe cart rotate star edit arrow-top arrow-right arrow-left arrow-bottom check search close square speaker-up speaker-mute return play pause love


Trauma-Informed Care Builds Resilience for Survivors of Human Trafficking and Violence
To ensure the best outcomes of healing, survivors need access to trauma-informed care. What is it?
Not Swift Enough: Survivors and Children Wait for Government, Industry to Act
Protecting all children and survivors from the ongoing trauma of sexual abuse and exploitation, including CSAM, is past due and urgently needed to...
Survivors of violence need the U.S. to address online sexual exploitation to keep children safe
The CEOs of Meta, X, Snap, Discord, and TikTok testified about online sexual exploitation before the Senate Judiciary Committee. We want policymakers...
Four Ways the EARN IT Act Protects Kids Online
The EARN IT Act is one piece of legislation before Congress that aims to protect kids online. What does the bill do? Who supports it? What can you do...
What is Bonded Labor?
An estimated 15.5 million people in South Asia and around the world are exploited by traffickers through a common form of labor trafficking called...
Wonka: An Unexpected Chance to Teach about Human Trafficking
Wonka reveals itself to be a surprising opportunity to talk and educate about the realities of human trafficking this Human Trafficking Awareness...
Child trafficking is nothing like in the movies. Here’s why that’s very good news.
Five examples of how child trafficking has been portrayed in movies, and how they compare to IJM’s real work in the Dominican Republic.
How IJM helped the Dominican Republic reduce child sex trafficking by 78%
In the 2000s, if you sold a child for sex in the DR you would be more likely to win the lottery jackpot than to receive a conviction. But things have...
What is the Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report?
The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is an annual status update on the state of global anti-trafficking efforts. Each year, the U.S. State...

Media Contact

We're here to answer your questions. Please fill out the form below and someone from our team will follow up with you soon.

More Information

Petra Kooman

Director of Marketing and Public Relations
519.679.5030 x.229

Make an Impact

Your skills, talents, and ideas are a force for change. From birthday parties to polar dips, your fundraising campaign can stop the violence.

Learn More

Thank you for signing up to learn more about starting a fundraiser. We will be in touch soon!

In the meantime, please take a look at our free guide: 25 Tips for the Novice Fundraiser.

Need Help?

Need more information?
We're here to help.
Contact us at