DeliverFund was founded and is operated by a group of uniquely qualified and trained individuals.
We have decades of experience from our careers in the CIA, NSA, Special Operations, and law enforcement, and we leverage cutting-edge technology into the ultimate weapon against human trafficking. The traffickers have gone online, so we follow them and track them down, using the same technologies that they’re using against them.
Fighting Human Trafficking From Former Enemy Territory
Backpage was a classified advertising website that became the largest marketplace for the buying and selling of women and children in the country at the time it was raided by police.
When Backpage.com was shut down in 2018, DeliverFund took over its headquarters in Dallas, Texas. We hold our heads high as we walk into the office, knowing that we have turned a place of wickedness into a force for good.
Texas holds the #2 spot for incidents of human trafficking activity in the United States. Dallas couldn’t be a more perfect location.
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The meaning behind our logo
The Manilla* is a significant symbol given its history. Typically a symbol of oppression, within DeliverFund, it is a symbol of hope.
There are age marks on the DeliverFund Manilla, reminding us that slavery, unfortunately, is not new and not gone or eliminated. In fact, it is one of the oldest and most continued markets in the United States and around the world.
The ‘notch’ in the top of the DeliverFund Manilla symbolizes the impact DeliverFund intends to have on slavery with each area expansion.
The red line signifies a blood streak; there to remind all of us that we are not the first ones to fight this battle. A horizontal red line is a universal symbol for STOP.
*The Manilla, which according to Wikipedia were “… penannular armlets, mostly in bronze or copper, very rarely gold, which served as a form of commodity money … among certain West African peoples … This form of African currency also became known as “slave trade money” after the Europeans started using them to acquire slaves for the slave trade into the Americas (as well as England prior to 1807).”
"DeliverFund offered us at FWPD a training unlike any we have attended. They moved beyond typical human trafficking trainings that focus on "soft" issues such as awareness and statistics, to real intelligence and tactical operations that we use every day in solving cases. One of our challenges in FWPD is a large number of cases and very few officers, which means we need techniques and resources to speed up our cases as well as do operations ourselves. DeliverFund gave us both of those abilities. Not only did they provide excellent training, DeliverFund's people are some of the most sincere and experienced we have met. Their instructors were excellent and have continued to gladly provide their services even after the training was done. I am excited to continue this relationship and help us move through cases more effectively."
Ofc. Hannah Rivard #4244
Fort Worth Police Department