Who We Are
All Walks Project (AWP) started in 2014 as an advocacy organization working to raise awareness of human trafficking in the United States by educating students in a peer-to-peer network on how to protect themselves and their peers. AWP partnered with the McCain Institute to launch the Student Alliance Against Trafficking, which unites 16 high school and college campuses nationally to join the fight.
Now, as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, AWP serves as a resource to other anti-trafficking organizations and service providers by providing volunteers, resources and operational support for education, training and survivor reintegration programs.
Human trafficking is an issue that affects people from every walk of life, and it will take people from all walks of life to end it.