TAKE ACTION

Helping Hands

WAYS TAKE ACTION NOW!

1. KNOW THE SIGNS

Child sex trafficking is local and it is prevalent. Know the trafficking and grooming Red Flags and how to report a suspicious situation. Review our FACTS page or attend a training!

2. SPREAD THE WORD

Talk to your peers, neighbors, children and co-workers about child trafficking. Share information on social media. The more people in the know, the better we can prevent victimization and report situations

3. STAY INFORMED

Keep up to date on legislative news, statistics, and information about factors that contribute to child sex trafficking by keeping up with our blog

4. BECOME A PARTNER

Whether it is $5 or $25 a month, PACT will put your donations to action in creating resources and events designed to raise awareness, prevent victimization, and reduce demand.

GET INVOLVED...

Students in Cafeteria

...as a STUDENT

Volunteer
Participate in special events, awareness campaigns, and more!

Intern
Hands-on awareness raising campaign experience!

Become a PACT Student Ambassador
PACT Student Ambassadors develop a project designed to help eradicate child trafficking. Yearly scholarship prizes are awarded to the students with the most outstanding projects.

...as a PARENT

Volunteer
Participate in special events, awareness campaigns, host a training for your community, and more!

Parents and Daughter
Women Volunteers

...as a COMMUNITY

Volunteer
Participate in special events, awareness campaigns, trainings, and more!

Become a PACT Partner
Community groups, nonprofits and faith-based organizations can help to build a stronger, safer, more united community by receiving training that will empower your group to prevent, recognize, and safely report trafficking and collaborating with PACT on events and publications

...as a BUSINESS

Volunteer
PACT has many volunteer opportunities and events for your business to get involved in.

Become a Corporate Sponsor
As a Corporate Sponsor, you can help to build a stronger, safer, more united community by supporting PACT Programs, such as the Student Ambassador Program and the Student Training Course, which empowers local students to take action against child trafficking.  You can also host a Lunch & Learn that will empower your employees to prevent, recognize, and safely report trafficking.

Business Meeting