Invest in a future free of slavery by giving to The Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking. Help us restore the dignity and freedom of Survivors and victims and eradicate modern day slavery in Canada. Your donation will make a difference.


Projects your donation will help support:

  • The building the National Network of like mind organizations across Canada working on anti-human trafficking initiatives and the related fields
  • The development and implementation of the Canadian National Human Trafficking Hotline
  • Advancing The Centre’s work on research and data collection, which ultimately drives our policy and advocacy work too
  • Support The Centers efforts to enhance collaboration through convening of like minded organizations, NGO, law enforcement and all levels of government

Other ways to make a difference:

When a person is trafficked, there is an attempt to diminish the spirit and destroy the dignity of that person. The Canadian exists to create positive change, forever. Here’s what else you can do to help:

  • Get educated on the risk factors, signs and techniques traffickers used to lure their victims
  • Start a dialogue with your family, friends and colleagues
  • Watch for the signs of human trafficking in your own home, at your children’s schools, in your neighborhood, while on the internet and while travelling
  • If you see something, say something
  • Volunteer with a front line organization assisting Survivors of trafficking
  • Write to your local MP in Parliament to demand stronger protections for victims of trafficking, enforcement of legislation which penalizes those who buy human beings and those who sell them.

Contact Us to found out more today.

The Centre
P.O.Box 22161
Toronto, Ontario
M4H 1N9

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"I endorse and support the work that is being done by the Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking in Canada. This is a necessary initiative in bringing recognition to have this eliminated in our society, and although challenging, this organization can fight against this crime. Extraordinary achievements and outstanding work has been done at the United Nations throughout the years bringing awareness of this critical situation. Because most often the vulnerable are forgotten, the need for the Canadian Centre is very necessary. It is important also to focus on our First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities as it affects all peoples from all walks of life right across Canada. The Centre will provide this awareness. Thank you for your consideration on this matter."

 

Chief Wilton Littlechild, I.P.C., C.C., F.P., Q.C. Former Truth and Reconciliation Commissioner and one of the authors of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples October 24, 2016

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