The Exodus Road had been one of very few organizations to step up for the advocacy and direct rescue of victims of human trafficking around the world. Not only that, but they have remained committed to their mission from the beginning and continue to grow and move forward based on their deeply embedded commitment to the search and rescue of everyone, especially minors, trapped in the cycle of human trafficking around the world! Feel confident that any support provided to The Exodus Road goes fully towards their operations and mission!
I have been both an active donor and volunteer for The Exodus Road over the years. I remain faithful to this organization in particular because of their transparency in their funding. I appreciate knowing exactly HOW my giving helps with actual rescues and other pressing needs within the organization. The Exodus Road is very authentic and intentional in both their actions and their words. I will continue to support this amazing non profit that continues to make such an impact in the fight against human trafficking!
Over the course of my life and career, I've encountered many who become very good at talking about a problem, but who often fail to act.
It is at The Exodus Road that I've found people that are focused on action and for whom talking is used primarily to communicate that which we are already doing. It's an exhilarating and refreshing change to how much of the rest of the world operates. If you want to experience what it feels like to be a part of a mission with real results, this is the group to join up with.
The Exodus Road is an incredible organization. I worked with them in the very beginning and now get to be here again. Seeing it grow, expand and become so successful in rescuing people around the world, has been amazing. The way they combat human trafficking is so powerful. They continue to put offenders in jail to take out the brothel and chain as a whole. I fully believe in the work and the amazing things that The Exodus Road is doing!
I've been working as a volunteer for The Exodus Road for over 2 years and what drove me to continue supporting the organization was the mission and more importantly the passion of the people. The passion is contagious, so contagious that I am now working at The Exodus Road full time.
For 20 years now, I have traveled the globe as a journalist turned human rights activist. I have collaborated with non-profits, NGOs, faith-based groups, law enforcement, media and others with the aim of bringing rescue to victims of human trafficking and justice to their perpetrators. This work is the great call on my heart. So, I am proud - and grateful - to have joined The Exodus Road as Chief of Staff in June 2018. Through strategic partnerships with local law enforcement, technological innovation and a deep commitment to excellence, we have rescued more than 1,000 victims of human trafficking - and arrested more than 500 perpetrators. And we feel like we're just getting started. "justice is in the hands of the ordinary."
It is so incredible to be able to support The Exodus Road’s mission to stop human trafficking. I love to help support rescues in any way I can, because I know how valuable each individual piece of this process is, and The Exodus Road is definitely the best at allowing me to be a part of it.
Human trafficking is gaining increasing awareness, but such a huge global issue can feel overwhelming to the point of paralysis. In steps The Exodus Road.
TER is an organization that deeply, genuinely cares and is doing everything in their power to create change. It is a wonderful thing to care, but an even greater thing to accomplish rescue. They have managed to save nearly a thousand victims thus far and put them on a path of healing. I look forward to seeing what the future holds for the organization and am excited to continue to partner in any way possible on this mission.
The Exodus Road is the most INCREDIBLE organization I have had the pleasure of following and working with. They are all passionate people working their very hardest to bring freedom to captives. Their rescue work goes above and beyond the call to action. They bring awareness and call the public to see where there is brokenness with stories of rescue that speak deeply to the issue of human trafficking. TER is an organization that refuses to turn their back on those that cry out for help.
Exodus Road is a group of ordinary people fighting for freedom of modern day slaves. They are able to see those in need of rescue because they are in the community. I am fascinated by their ability to get other ordinary people involved and then physically rescue hostages. They are the actual hands and feet of hope. I am grateful for their special work in our world.
I have had the pleasure of following Exodus Road’s work for some time now. I appreciate the hard work they do and the time they take to report on their efforts to help free people who have been trafficked into slavery. There is never any question how they use their donations.
Exodus Road is a top notch nonprofit raising awareness, running towards the darkness around the world to rescue those imprisoned in human trafficking. I appreciate the fact they go out of their way to keep donors and those interested in their work informed. By using social media like facebook and Instagram I know fairly quickly when rescue has happened. I also receive text messages. Empowering rescue is what they do best!
I have been following the work of Exodus Road for a long time and recently became a donor because of the outstanding work they do empowering rescue and running into the darkness rather than away from it. As a donor I feel a very personal connection because of their excellent use of social media through Facebook, Instagram and text messages. My prayer is modern day slavery will be wiped off the face of the earth because of Exodus Road and others who are waging war in this battle against women and children who think they are not seen, but because of Exodus Road, rescue is coming.
The Exodus Road has brought to light the the ugly that is modern slavery and is helping free victims of trafficking. Nowhere I’d rather have my dollar go to help.
The Exodus Road is a wonderful organization. I had the opportunity to be an intern for the past year and it was a truly enriching experience. Everyone involved in this organization has such strong determination to save men, women, and children from sex trafficking. I am honored to have been able to see the inner-workings of The Exodus Road and the results of their rescues first-hand.
I had been a supporter for several years of The Exodus Road and had adored their work and how they connect with their donor base. It was my privilege also to work with them doing administrative work for a season! To be up and close to the founders and see how they think and act and serve on a daily basis blew me away and only heightened my belief in The Exodus Road and what they do. This is an intentional, upright nonprofit that is run by people who are passionate, informed, and strategic in their fight against human trafficking. I sing their praises often and I love being a part of The Exodus Road!
I love the work that Exodus Road is doing throughout the world to end sex trafficking! They are so good at sharing what they do with their donors! Integrity and excellence are obvious in this ministry.
I love their mission and message, and love how the repory success and failures in the field. By donating and engaging I feel like in my own small way, I'm part of the fight. There are real people behind the email addresses and Insta posts and I'm so happy to have contributed to their work.
This group is amazing! Love the mission of bringing awareness to modern day slavery and the hard work of helping to set captives free. They keep it 100
An amazing organization with an amazing vision! Fighting modern day slavery and sex trade is one of the most important issues plaguing our world. Exodus Road is taking it head on and making a difference!
They do exceptional work and I'm assured my funds are going to AMAZING work extending the compassion I hold in my heart, but can't quite act on yet because I'm a teen.