We Exist to Stop
In Tampa Bay
This is a breeding ground for trafficking and abuse
Cases of Human Trafficking
The Average Age of A Victim is
In Most Cases
it is someone they trust and with whom they have a relationship
How Many Weren't?
We Need You
Join our team! Become a Stop the Movement Ambassador! This unrelenting force is comprised of an army of passionate volunteers like you! As an Ambassador, you will:
Help spread the word about awareness, prevention and education of human trafficking -Attend and serve at events
Develop meaningful relationships with likeminded individuals
Coordinate and even speak at trainings
Create even more ambassadors within your circle!
Stop the Movement is an anti-trafficking awareness community.
We are friends on purpose. We exist to bring awareness, prevention and education about the reality of human trafficking to the Tampa Bay Area. We believe that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Live trainings, self defense classes, internet safety and major events are just a few ways we are involved in Tampa Bay.
Church and Nonprofit Seminars
Want to learn more about human trafficking and what you can do to combat it? Sign your church or nonprofit up for a FREE Seminar! These hour long trainings include:
General overview of the problem
Workshop on how to prevent it
Keynote speaking about protecting our children
Internet Safety Plan information
tangible action steps
After attending a Seminar, your church or nonprofit will become a Certified STOP Partner!
Certify your workplace as a Stop the Movement Business Partner! We equip your staff to recognize the signs of trafficking by providing resources and training, give tangible tools to utilize if they see a trafficking situation, and encourage them to commit to disrupting the supply chain!
If you’d like Stop the Movement to speak at your school, let us know! We have a fantastic anti-abduction awareness training that is age appropriate and covers internet safety and fosters open dialogue with parents. The average age of a trafficked victim is twelve, so it is mandatory that this conversation happens early and often!