The fight against modern-day slavery is not a one-man, or one-organization, battle. It must be fought as a committed team. Florida Abolitionist seeks to partner with others in the community who share our passion to end human trafficking. That is the reason why we founded the Greater Orlando Human Trafficking Task force, to work together to end this horrible crime!
Florida Abolitionist is excited to partner with the Christian community to follow God and bring an end to human trafficking. We serve a God of justice and seek to shine His light in dark places. Churches have an incredible amount of wisdom, expertise, and leadership that can be leveraged to serve the God of Justice.
It is our desire to come alongside church leadership to help churches learn how to engage in the fight against human trafficking in our community. Our partnership program includes multiple levels of involvement for easy entry into this exciting ministry. For more information, view our Church Partnership Program booklet.
By the nature of their presence in the community, businesses are on the front lines of the fight against human trafficking. It’s true that some businesses are closer to the problem than others; however, everyone has something they can contribute to the fight against modern slavery. Each customer and employee is a member of our society who could identify cases of human trafficking with adequate training. Not only that, but leveraging each corporation’s expertise to fight human trafficking would reap tremendous results. We would see fewer children fall prey to traffickers, more victims identified and restored, and more traffickers brought to justice.
Florida Abolitionist desires to partner with businesses to improve their bottom line and leverage their strengths to end human trafficking. We do this by publicly supporting our partners and encouraging our community to support their business. We also seek to provide training to employees and to work alongside corporations in order to determine the best way to partner together for the common good of both the business and the anti-trafficking movement.
If you are interested in learning more about the Corporate Partnership Program, please Contact us.