Join Us For the “HOPE ROAD” Documentary on January 28th!  Tickets are Free but Registration is required.

COVID protocols will be followed. We will practice social distancing and masks are mandatory.

Go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hope-road-documentary-tickets-137047836769 to register.

Support Our Organization

We are entirely run by volunteers and depend on the contributions and donations from our community to continue combatting human trafficking. We are so thankful to have a community that supports us and allows ordinary people to be a part of a greater mission.

Volunteers

Volunteers are the backbone of Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking. We are always looking for volunteers to help us with events and organizing donations. We also need volunteers to drive survivors to appointments and even grocery shop. Our volunteers are what makes our mission possible. Whether you can commit a large or small amount of your time, anything can help.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition, learn more about how to get involved today.

Financial Needs

Financial donations are the biggest help to us Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking. We depend on the financial contributions to pay rent and utilities for the homes that we house our survivors in during their transition out of their trafficking experiences. We want to fully serve the survivors and we can only do that with the monetary support of people like you.

If you are interested in making a donation, visit our donate page to contribute today!

Material Needs

As a part of helping survivors recover from these traumatic lives, we house and provide material assistance to the survivors. Things like furniture and clothing can be extremely helpful in making this transition more comfortable for the survivors. If you have material donations, please contact us to find out the best time to drop off your donation.

Items needed:

If you are interested in making a material donation, please visit our donate page to contribute today!

In 2018, the Department of Homeland Security opened 849 investigations related to human trafficking