A recent study by the Institute of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault at The University of Texas Austin School of Social Work estimated that there are currently 313,000 victims of human trafficking in Texas.
As United Against Human Trafficking continues to fight our battle to end human trafficking through education, outreach, and awareness, we ask that you UNITE with us to combat the atrocities occurring in our state. Collectively, we can be a voice for each victim who do not have the capacity, nor the courage, to speak for themselves.
If we each give $3.13 over the course of a year to support our mission, it can make such an impactful change! So, let’s UNITE together! Ask a friend to ask a friend! Pass it along.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Busch-Armendariz, N.B., Kammer-Kerwick, M., Kellison, B., Torres, M.I.M., Cook-Heffrom, L., Nehme, J. (2016). Human Trafficking by the Numbers: Initial Benchmarks of Prevalence & Economic Impact in Texas. Austin, TX: Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault, The University of Texas at Austin.