Many of the victims of human trafficking are children. It happens in every state in nearly every city in the United States of America and is not a “third-world” problem.

With the advancement of technology and kids having access to it at a younger and younger age, it’s made it easier to connect with, groom, and abuse children regardless of where they live or their socioeconomic background.

We can raise awareness by supporting tech companies who identify, report, and remove child sexual content. When these companies work with local and federal authorities in identifying this type of content for removal and reporting it disrupts the cycle of trauma and in some cases can lead to the removal of child victims from harmful situations.


Be Aware

Get the facts on child sexual abuse and how you can help prevent it in your own family and community. Visit for helpful tips and information. 

Speak Up

When you see something that feels off or looks off, say something. Talk to your children about the risks of using the internet, gaming, and social media. If you encounter possible images or videos of possible child sexual abuse online, do not share it, report it

Report possible child sex trafficking to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.


We can’t do this without you. According to Top Ten Reviews, in 2005, Child Pornography had become a THREE BILLION dollar a year industry. That was 16 years ago and it’s only grown since then. At the Child Liberation Foundation, we use 100% of our donations to support organizations that work within our four-pillar approach of RESIST, RESCUE, REBUILD & RESTORE.


Join us in the fight to eradicate child trafficking. Get involved by letting your local, state, and federal representatives know that child trafficking is an issue that matters to you. Call their offices, send emails, send letters, or hold a rally that raises awareness that this is a human rights issue and one that crosses all party lines.

Speak up on social platforms using #liberateachild, #stopchildtrafficking, or #savethechildren. Together we can make a difference.


If you’ve engaged or used any form of adult entertainment, please consider that you may have supported the cycle of human trafficking. Just as we would like you to fight to protect your own daughter from any form of exploitation, we’d like you to consider that you’re exploiting someone else’s daughter when you choose to partake in adult entertainment. Major events and tourist attractions have become targets to find victims of human trafficking. We encourage you to do everything you can to ensure the safety of your kids. Here are 26 tips for keeping kids safe from child abduction:


  1. Know your name, address, and phone number(s).
  2. Learn how and when to call 911.
  3. If you are scared of someone, RUN to safety.
  4. It’s okay to be RUDE to a grown-up if you feel you are unsafe.
  5. Learn the difference between an “OKAY” secret and a “NOT OKAY” secret and beware of an adult that asks you to keep a secret from parents.
  6. Don’t let anyone on the phone or at the door know that you are home alone.
  7. If you ever get lost in a mall, ask the closest store clerk for help and then stay where you are until you are found.
  8. Avoid shortcuts when you are walking from one place to another.
  9. If you are ever “scooped,” scream, kick, bite and FIGHT as hard as you can to get away! NEVER trust what the “scooper” tells you.
  10. Tell your parents or a trusted adult if someone is asking you to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable. Listen to your “Uh Oh” voice.
  11. Always ask your parents for permission before getting on the Internet.
  12. Never talk to people online without your parent’s permission.
  13. Never fear someone else threatening you to keep a secret and not tell your parents.


  1. Work hard to establish trust and communication with your children each day.
  2. Don’t ever leave children unattended in a vehicle, whether it is running or not.
  3. Make sure you know how to find or contact your children at all times.
  4. Have a “Call List” of emergency contacts and make sure your child knows the numbers for who to call if they can’t reach you.
  5. Take an active role in your children’s activities.
  6. As tired as you may be, take the time to listen intently to your children when they tell you they had a bad dream. There could be a reason. Trust your instincts.
  7. Talk to your children about inappropriate incidences you hear on the news and get their perspective.
  8. Question and monitor anyone who takes an unusual interest in your children.
  9. Teach your children that they can be rude to an adult if they feel threatened in any way. They need to hear it from you directly because this message often contradicts everything they have heard before.
  10. Teach children the difference between an “OKAY” secret and a “NOT OKAY”secret. Assure your child that you would never want him/her to feel like they had to keep a “NOT OKAY” secret from you.
  11. Have your children practice their most annoying scream. They may need to use it someday.
  12. Check websites for registered offenders in your neighborhood. Talk to your children about why these people should be avoided.
  13. Keep your family computer in a central location that is easily monitored and avoid letting your children have internet access in unsupervised areas (i.e. computers in their bedrooms, etc.).avoided.