We are SO grateful to everyone who joined us for “Not On Our Watch” and helped to raise $671,000 and counting to combat child sex trafficking in Washington state. Thank you!
During the time we spent together, we learned of the many challenges our vulnerable and at-risk youth faced this year. We introduced you to community members and service providers who every day, demonstrate the lasting impact of your investment in StolenYouth. And, you met Renee who shared her powerful story of resiliency and the importance of organizations like StolenYouth. The full program is no longer available to watch, but please check out the highlights, including special appearances from Gillian Anderson and Jamie Lee Curtis, by clicking below.
To end child sex trafficking in Washington state.
child sex trafficking before it happens
victims to resources and services
positive and productive lives
CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING’S IMPACT ON CHILDREN OF COLOR
“SPD is our ally in fighting sex trafficking” Seattle Times (07/31/2020)
Seattle Police detectives and advocates work to fight human trafficking and the commercial sexual abuse of children...
Seattle Times (07/22/19)
Jeffrey Epstein case underscores the vulnerability of exploited girls.
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King 5 News (07/16/19)
Seattle-based organization raising awareness about child sex trafficking nationally and in Washington state… READ MORE>>
FOSTA-SESTA Anti-Traffi cking Bill Passed (03/27/2018)
In a landslide vote of 97-2, the Senate passed the FOSTA-SESTA bill which takes direct aim at websites that facilitate and profit from sex trafficking…. READ MORE>>
“I Am Jane Doe” Takes On Backpage (01/16/2017)
The New Yorker magazine’s take on the new film, “I Am Jane Doe.”
Misunderstanding the Issue
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