A message from our founders

Welcome to the mission to end human trafficking. We’re grateful you’re with us.

Mission matters.

America’s trafficking problem is far bigger than most people realize. Every 2.5 hours, a trafficker captures another child. It’s horrific. But as a counterintelligence agent at the CIA, one idea changed everything.

“What if counterintelligence could take down human traffickers?”

It sparked DeliverFund to life and fuels our work today. We support law enforcement to arrest more human traffickers. While only law enforcement can arrest traffickers, agencies are often underfunded and overwhelmed.

Actionable change.

DeliverFund trains officers. We find traffickers on the Internet, then deliver actionable intelligence to law enforcement. Because when there’s no more traffickers, there’s no more victims.

Until that day, we continue to support victims of human trafficking. The trauma of human trafficking is sobering to fathom. But with sustained support, we’ve witnessed victims transform from survivors to thrivers.

The future is tech.

As DeliverFund continues to grow, we are developing new technology to fight human trafficking at scale.

Our tech protects potential future victims from the nightmare of trafficking, analysts and law enforcement officers from the horrors they are forced to witness each day, and our communities from the dangers trafficking presents to us all.

We are Tech that Protects.

How you can help.

You are joining a mission to deliver justice and freedom. One way you can help is to get educated and spread the word on social media.

Frequently asked questions about Human Trafficking

According to Polaris, the most likely victims are recent migrants who followed a bad job offer or advertisement. This will likely take a lot of people by surprise. It’s commonly believed that sex trafficking is the biggest issue facing the country but it’s actually labor trafficking.

It’s believed that 12.3 million people are forced into labor and 2.4 million of those are the result of labor trafficking. As many as 17,500 people are brought into the United States through the labor trade to be forced into modern-day slavery.

America is considered one of the worst countries for adult human trafficking, with the top three being Mexico, the United States, and the Philippines.

The good news is, you can get involved. It starts with awareness of human trafficking and the severity of the situation. No matter what age the individual is, trafficking is a serious problem and something we take a lot of pride in working to prevent. You too can join the fight against human trafficking. Learn more today and help us make a difference!

More Resources on Human Trafficking

Educating yourself is an important first step in joining the fight against human trafficking. Learn about what human trafficking really looks like in the United States, some common myths, and how traffickers operate.