Specializing in the prevention of human trafficking and self-recovery assistance and resettlement of individuals in dangerous trafficking environments.
Human trafficking nets roughly $32 billion a year in the U.S. and $150 billion worldwide
The National Human Trafficking Hotline identified 10,583 situations of trafficking and 16,658 victims of trafficking in the United States.
Globally, in 2020, over 49,000 victims of human trafficking have been detected.
What We Do
It takes a village to end human trafficking. The Village Mission is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is committed to preventing human trafficking through education and removing victims from trafficking networks or high-risk environments.
The Village Mission combines unique skillsets, capabilities and deep industry knowledge to help clients in the hospitality, food, transportation, and labor industries prevent their brand from unknowingly becoming part of human trafficking networks.
We also have a deep global network capable of assisting individuals with self-recovery who are living in dangerous environments and susceptible to human trafficking as well as victims already part of trafficking networks. The Village Mission then helps to resettle the individuals somewhere safe while abiding by the host country’s legal immigration process. Our work doesn’t end there. We continue to support those we help with victim services, legal, medical, and other services to ensure they can start their new lives at peace.
Learn more about our Training and Education and Rescue and Resettlement efforts below, and please donate now to support our lifesaving work!
“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.”
― Elie Wiesel