Our work is funded through generous donations by people that want to end modern day slavery. If you decide to contribute to this effort, we pledge that every dollar received is used to support the work of End Trafficking Now and our rescued victims.
We at ETN have a unique way for donors to give by offering two options. This generosity and compassion is the basis for a faster and larger impact in the fight to eradicate modern slavery in our region and around the world. Additionally, we will send an ETN t-shirt to anyone who chooses to help in both ways!
Option 1: Give to ETN – By choosing this option, your donation is currently split according to need between four organizations in the Austin area which are devoted to combating human trafficking and giving direct help to rescue victims. Whereby most donations go to only one organization, this unique channeling of proceeds has a broader influence combating this growing epidemic. You can rest assured that your offering is significantly helping, and proliferating at a rapid pace, in turn, generating impact on a grand scale.
Option 2: Donate directly to a survivor – You can easily give to anyone you choose from the Survivor Sponsor information. These are recent rescue victims in central Texas, and the accounts you read are true. You can select a one year commitment, with monthly donations starting at $25, or give a one-time donation in any amount. Either choice is greatly beneficial to that survivor because proceeds are routed to a bank account for that precious human being through GoFundMe, or CrowdRise.
*To donate by check, please send checks made out to ETN to the following address and make a note on the memo line for either specific option.
PO Box 80282
Austin, TX 78708
*Donations such as: computers, laptops, pro bono services, office space, etc., are also welcomed, based on the current needs of the organizations and/or the survivors.
*Your support to ETN is a tax deductible donation. ETN is a Texas Non-Profit Association under BOC/Secretary of State Title 6 Chapter 252.