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13 Brands That Fight Against Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is the third largest international crime industry (behind illegal drugs and arms trafficking).

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1. Square Organics

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Helping you reach your fitness goals and satisfy your sweet tooth, these organic protein bars are made with 10-13g of sprouted plant protein, coconut nectar and coated in real chocolate. Gluten-free, soy-free, and plant-based. They come in great flavors like chocolate mint and peanut butter chocolate. Square Organics makes a quarterly donation to the organization, Not For Sale.

2. Rebbl

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REBBL crafts delicious, organic superfood beverages, such as cold brew, matcha, chai, and golden milk! Not only are the drinks delicious and good for you, REBBL donates 2.5% of revenue to Not For Sale to support regions of the world that are vulnerable to exploitation and human trafficking.

3. My Sister

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MY SISTER makes statement clothing and accessories. MY SISTER's mission is to prevent sex trafficking, educate communities, empower the population, provide after-care for survivors and offer growth opportunities to at-risk women through the sales of our statement-making, ethically-sourced apparel and accessories. A percentage of each purchase goes to our non-profit partners. This helps with raising awareness, prevention, intervention, after-care, education, job skill training and ending the demand for sexual exploitation.

4. girl set free

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girl set free makes beautiful tops, bags, and hats. They also make great pens for those who love stationary or need a cute office accessory. girl set free empowers women out of exploitation and into freedom through job opportunities.

5. the tote project

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the tote project makes adorable, high quality tote bags and pouches. Perfect for carrying groceries, to use as a purse, or to take down to the pool or beach. they donate 20% of their profits to Two Wings to help survivors of human trafficking in the United States pursue their dreams.

6. Thistle Farms

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Thistle Farms sells clothing, candles, teas, bath products, and many other goods. They have a healthy cafe in Nashville, TN. Thistle Farms' mission is to HEAL, EMPOWER, AND EMPLOY women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. They help provide safe and supportive housing, the opportunity for economic independence, and a strong community of advocates and partners.

7. Uncvrd

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Uncvrd makes stunning, high quality jewelry to add the perfect touch to your outfit. Thier jewelry not only financially supports the fight against trafficking by donating 40% of the proceeds from each sale to their partner non-profit organization, it is also a beautiful conversation starter to help spread awareness.

8. Citizen & Darling

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Citizen&Darling is a clothing line designed to build awareness and support to the ever growing epidemic of modern day slavery and human trafficking. They have a broad range of items for men, women, and kids.

12. The Brave Collection

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The Brave Collection's jewelry is handmade by talented Cambodian artisans who come from underprivileged backgrounds or suffer from disabilities. Each piece in our collection is carved and woven by hand in Cambodia using traditional metalwork techniques with brass, silver and gold vermeil materials. The goal is to provide job opportunities to talented artisans, exposing them to a global customer and collaborating creatively. Additionally, 10% of their profits are donated to fight human trafficking in Cambodia. They work with partners on the ground to support programming that empowers vulnerable Cambodian girls.

13. Serengetee

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Serengetee partners with communities around the globe. Their products are centered around fabrics that support different causes, and you can customize your order based on the fabric or cause you want to support! Serengetee gives back 10% of their profits to a diverse range of grassroots causes.

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