How can you support anti-trafficking efforts in Washington State and the US?
Learn More About Local Efforts
Visit our Resource Pages to learn more about the multidisciplinary efforts taking place in Washington State to combat and respond to human trafficking.
New: WashACT Information Sessions!
WashACT (Washington Advisory Committee on Trafficking) is now hosting quarterly sessions to inform the community on anti-trafficking efforts in Western Washington and about how service providers, law enforcement, practitioners and mobilization groups collaborate to improve response to human trafficking. For more information, email email@example.com or visit our Facebook page.
WARN is a coalition of organizations that provide direct service to victims of human trafficking in Washington State. Each of our partner agencies have volunteer programs where you may serve vulnerable communities in a variety of ways. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our partner agencies directly.
Raise Awareness in your Community
Helping victims of human trafficking is as simple as talking to a friend. Talk to friends and neighbors about the existence of human trafficking in their neighborhoods or host an event and invite the community to discuss the exploitation of human beings. At WARN, we are eager to spread the word and are happy to share our experience and provide information about human trafficking and victim identification at any community event .
For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Make more responsible consumer decisions. Go to ProductsOfSlavery.org to learn more about where the products you buy come from and ask your favorite brands to make their supply chain slave-free at ChainStoreReaction.com.
Support Service Providers
Make a donation to WARN! Your donation goes directly to support victims of human trafficking who have recently escaped their exploitative circumstances. To give, go to our DONATE page. Check donations made out to IRC/WARN may be sent to P.O. Box 4548, Seattle WA 98194-0548.
Survivors of human trafficking must often start life anew. In order to do so, those we serve are in need of basic items to secure their well-being. Please donate new or gently used items. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Food Cards to Safeway, Fred Meyer, etc
• Gift Cards to Ross, Wal-Mart, Target, Visa, etc.
• Bedding ; Pillows, blanket, comforter
• Socks, gloves, warm shoes
• International Phone Cards
• Bus Tickets or Orca Cards
• Kitchen Supplies
• Rice Cooker
• Warm Clothing
• Bathroom Needs: shampoo, soap, lotion, tissues, toothbrush
• Laundry cash ($20 or less)