United to End Sex Trafficking and Exploitation
collaboration, systemic change, and global solutions
The Foundation United is exponentially moving the needle in the fight to end sex trafficking through systemic change. We accomplish this through our main initiatives: Prevention, Protection, and Policy, and Awareness. Until we have eradicated this crime, we support safe housing and aftercare for survivors through Provision. Our mission is to eradicate this crime on a global scale by exposing the root, childhood sexual abuse. Read More
Eradicate Sexual Exploitation by
Getting to the Root
Our initiatives collaboratively seek to get to the root of sex trafficking, exploitation and sexual abuse, globally. This is achieved by systemically transforming and training the Education System, Criminal Justice System, Healthcare System, Church, and families at home.
Our initiatives are touching lives domestically and internationally in nearly 20 countries.
Impacting The Most Vulnerable
Around the World
Getting Ahead of Sex Trafficking by Getting to the Root
Equipping First Responders
To Find The Survivor
Our Protection Pillar trains first responders in the healthcare and criminal justice systems to Find The Survivor. Nearly 90% of victims seek medical help while in "the life," and are turned back into the arms of their traffickers simply because professionals have not been equipped to recognize the red flags. We are changing that! Watch the video above to learn more about the life-saving impact of equipping first responders to recognize and respond to victims who have been exploited.
Educating Students and Adults
Our Prevention Pillar works to Forge The Future by providing training to the education system, faith community, and for families at home. 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys are sexually abused, a root behind sex trafficking. By educating children, youth and adults to recognize red flags, seek help if they are unsafe, and advocate for their peers, we create safer schools, churches, and homes. Watch the video above to learn more about how Prevention is vital in eradicating sex trafficking.