Let’s End Human Trafficking Together


By utilizing our contacts and influence within the entertainment industry we have set out to build a global awareness of human trafficking.


Rock Against Trafficking is a non-profit 501c3 charity driven by seasoned music industry veterans who are taking action to end human trafficking on a global scale. With growing awareness and support from the media and public officials we continue to see an increase in anti-trafficking task force initiatives worldwide — many businesses are providing training to their employees to help identify traffickers and victims in their tracks.

With over 600 rescues so far this year, our network of affiliates are hard at work but we need your help!

Now is the time to get involved and make a difference.

The greatest problem these organizations face is a gross lack of funding. On average, these organizations are receiving about 1% of the operating capital that is needed to effectively run enough operations that result in a measurable impact. Without funding, more and more children fall victim to these crimes and are never seen again.

The average cost to rescue one child from the hands of sex traffickers is $1,500. Additional expenses are incurred to cover housing, counseling, and rehabilitative services for rescued victims. 

With an estimated 40 million people currently living in conditions of slavery, every contribution can make a difference in someone's life. 

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Saving Lives Through Powerful Collaboration

Rock Against Trafficking exists to raise awareness and funding through the power of music. We pass these funds on to our network of reputable beneficiaries who specialize in putting boots on the ground in strategic operations to save the lives of children held in captivity. We encourage you to take a moment to learn more about these rescue efforts first hand by visiting their websites and reviewing their impact reports. Rock Against Trafficking will be releasing our very own impact reports following the debut release of the “Set Them Free” album.