One of the LBD Project's foundational purposes is to assist smaller organizations to raise funds for themselves. We have seen this to be one of the best way to end modern slavery on a local level, both by providing a way for volunteers to be engaged and bringing in funding. Below is our current list of local non-profits whom LBD Project participants are fundraising for. 

All of our Featured and Partner organizations are required to abide by our LBD.Project Policy to participate in our fundraising efforts - to find out more about what that is, click here.

Alabaster Jar Project exists to empower survivors of human trafficking. They do this through a drop-in resource center in North County San Diego, which provides clothing, toiletries, nonperishable food items, and baby needs. They also operate safe living environment and transitional housing that facilitates spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional healing along with an array of support services and educational opportunities. Lastly, they provide vocational opportunities and training through their social enterprise. 

Sisters of the Streets mission is to foster hope, love, and freedom from domestic sex trafficking and exploitation. We are survivor led and founded. We believe in providing a safe place for women of all backgrounds and not only raising awareness on the diverse areas of exploitation but also reforming the social stigmas on those exploited as well as those that exploit. We believe in a sisterhood among survivors that can impact a change for the future.
SOS is not a 501(c)(3) but does abide by our LBD.Project policy (which you can read about here).

Present Age Ministries is a nonprofit organization committed to combating sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of teen girls, with a focus on awareness and residential housing. Their goal is to provide an environment and programs conducive to helping survivors heal and transition to independence.

Why Incorporated is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to educate the Northern Virginia community about the important issues it faces, including human trafficking. We aim to educate and create awareness of these issues to the public, through our schools and it's teachers, law enforcement, first responders, and community members. We want to mobilize the local community   to make a difference in their own neighborhoods and ultimately, help eradicate human trafficking in Northern Virginia. 


INsideOUT is a nonprofit organization that focuses on helping at-risk or victimized youth lead healthy lives through education, awareness, advocacy and networking. We are a place that also serves as a salon, providing quality low priced services for the needs of the people in our community. Through the salon we are able to be an advocate and provide a place of information about human trafficking. 


BLOC Ministries was created to build connections and safe spaces for students, families and adults to thrive and succeed in spite of difficult circumstances.  We’re a faith based non-profit that focuses on healthy personal relationships and activities that help build hope, purpose and vital life skills.  

Our goal is to cultivate an atmosphere for growth.  We commit to caring and challenging every student and adult who is willing to take a step forward. 


GRACE (Girls Rising Above Child Exploitation) is a 501(c)(3) organization that has a mission to create a faith-based home for young women to thrive. Providing a safe house, therapeutic resources, education, life-skills training, and love to girls ages 12-17 at risk of child exploitation. Showing God’s grace through kindness, compassion, and understanding.


TellAsia rescues and educates children, and disciples and empowers families. We provide schools, children’s homes, vocational training and humanitarian aid to some of the most needy areas of the world. Our goal is to end poverty, promote equality and boost families and communities into health, wholeness and happiness.


The Well Path is driven by a single goal; to reduce recidivism back into a life of exploitation. We strive to equip survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation through peer support groups and coercion resiliency based diversion programs,  which build productive relationships that make a positive impact in the lives of our participants. 


While the LBD.Project is not a 501(c)(3) organization at this time, we are entirely volunteer-run. This website, the buttons we give out, all the materials we produce to support the anti-trafficking organizations we raise funds for are all paid for out-of-pocket by our volunteers. If you'd like to help support us while we support those doing the most important work, please consider clicking on the button below which will direct you to our PayPal account. All funds raised will go back to supporting the LBD.Project this year, and in the years to come.

Do you want your Organization on here?

One of the things we love about the LBD Project is that it exists to help your non-profit raise funds for itself. Contact us.