Every 30 seconds someone loses their freedom. Let’s stop the clock. #NoSlavery

slavery still exists?

In 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation freed an estimated 500,000 slaves. Yet, as many as 36 million people remain enslaved today, all over the world. These people are victims of human trafficking, but don’t let the name fool you—human trafficking is modern slavery. According to the U.S. Government, “human trafficking” refers to the act of recruiting, harboring, transporting,

providing, or obtaining a person for labor or commercial sex acts through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. In other words, it is the process of controlling a person with the intent to exploit them. This hidden industry nets criminals $150 billion every year, even though slavery is illegal everywhere in the world. And Americans are part of the problem–it happens here, too.

human trafficking

modern slavery comes
in many forms.

how do we end it?

Start with what you have. Here at End Crowd, we’ve created a platform for individuals, like you, to help end slavery in a variety of ways. We work with some of the best organizations in the world, each of them loosening the grasp of slavery.

Modern slavery is a complex issue, which is why we break our work down into three parts: Prevention, Liberation, and Aftercare. Together, these areas fight the cycle of slavery and human trafficking. With your help, we believe we’ll someday know a world with #NoSlavery.


Slavery is a cycle of exploitation that's hard to break. We work to stop it before it starts, by providing education and resources for those at-risk.learn more


Millions of people already enslaved and need help breaking free from their oppressors. We empower them with the tools they need to escape. learn more


Escape is not the end of the story. Once they are free, survivors are often left with nothing and need guidance toward a path of recovery and growth.learn more

Join the Crowd: say yes to a world with #NoSlavery.