Change begins when we engage our communities about issues that affect us. Child sex trafficking is not just an issue experienced by the victims served by Georgia Cares; it’s an issue that affects ALL of us. Victims are OUR communities’ children, so we as a connected community have a social responsibility to care for and support their healing and restoration.
You can imagine the paralyzing fear that overwhelms the children we serve when you read the shocking statistics or hear the personal stories of those afflicted by domestic minor sex trafficking. Recognizing the need to support this issue, you might be asking yourself:
What can I do to help?
Everyone can do something to support and impact the lives of children affected by sex trafficking. If you want to show your support, join the movement or do something to show you care, we have many options for you to be involved:
Join us on social media, visit our website, sign up for our newsletters, encourage others to act and inform your community.Learn More
Become more knowledgeable, join our annual lobby day, request another training and raise awareness.Learn More
Donate funds to help achieve our mission, sponsor the treatment and restoration of a child, contribute items for our Resource Closet or donate in-kind services to Georgia Cares.Learn More
Donate your birthday, host a cook off, game night or restaurant percentage night, start an online fundraiser or come up with any number of creative ways to raise funds and support for Georgia Cares.Learn More
Host a fundraiser, support a training and show you care by standing with us to end domestic minor sex trafficking.Learn More
Become a Georgia Cares volunteer, serve as a certified trainer or mentor a youth with Georgia Cares.Learn More