We all have a part to play

The “heroes” who help eradicate human trafficking and restore hope to survivors aren’t the typical protagonists portrayed in media and films. They’re every day community members actively providing, supporting, and advocating for resources available to survivors. You are the agent of change and the reason individuals can experience healing. Whether through monetary donations, volunteering your time and talents, or helping raise awareness in the community, you can make a tangible impact each and every day. Your support contributes to our collective efforts to empower survivors and foster change in east Tennessee.

Make a Gift

You can help us create lasting change and positively influence the lives of those we serve. Because of friends like you, we are able to strengthen our community’s collaborative response to human trafficking and provide safe housing, warm meals, and therapeutic aftercare services to survivors across East Tennessee.

Make a Gift

Volunteer

Volunteers are an invaluable part of our organization, and we would not be where we are without you. Whether it’s volunteering with projects on a regular basis or joining us for one of our quarterly serve days, your time makes a difference! To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact Tara Davis.

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Log Your Volunteer Hours

If you’ve volunteered with us, please complete this form to track your hours.

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Provide a Meal

Through our Family Table program, you can provide a warm meal for the individuals who currently staying at our safe house. No time to cook? No problem! Consider giving gift cards for fast food, restaurants, and grocery stores in lieu of a home-cooked meal. Details in link below.

Provide a Meal

Request a Training

In order to combat human trafficking, we must first know what it is and how it impacts individuals in our community. We provide free, specialized trainings to businesses, organizations, and community groups interested in playing their part to support survivors and create change. Let us know how we can equip your group to be agents of change!

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Become a Partner

Tennessee Businesses Against Trafficking (TBAT) is the state’s newest initiative to engage local businesses in the anti-trafficking movement. This programs aims to mobilize and educate businesses on the impacts of human trafficking and how to appropriately take action. TBAT is lead by the Secretary of State’s Office. Click below to learn more.

Become a Partner

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