Who We Are
All Walks Project started in 2014 as an advocacy organization working to raise awareness of human trafficking in the United States. Now, as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, AWP serves as a resource in the community to provide volunteers and support for initiatives for prevention ,and intervention training, and life skills classes for survivors. Human trafficking is not only an issue that affects people from every walk of life, but it will take people from all walks of life to fight it.
What We Do
All Walks Project's mission is to end human trafficking by spreading awareness, educating communities, and supporting survivor restoration programs. We do this by mobilizing students and community members to raise awareness around issues of domestic human trafficking, advocate, volunteer and fundraise on behalf of survivors.
Awareness | Education | Restoration
All Walks Project is fighting to end human trafficking.
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YOU CAN HELP FIGHT HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Together, we can eradicate child trafficking.
Explore some ways you can get involved below.
We are helping to grow the movement to erradicate child trafficking by providing specialized and effective solutions designed to improve prevention, intervention and survivor restoration strategies.
All Walks Project is working to end child trafficking and exploitation.
The Student Alliance Against Trafficking
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Our solutions are not a "quick fix". Success requires us to be ready to journey with a child for the long haul. Monthly givers allow us to do just that. Because of regular donors, we can show up for children month after month.
Trafficking and exploitation depend on vulnerability. How are children vulnerable? What tactics do traffickers use?
Go deeper to understand how trafficking thrives in our own backyard.
In partnership with the McCain Institute,
we helped launch the Student Alliance Against Trafficking. The Alliance unites and empowers student activists across the U.S. to combat human trafficking.