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Every dollar helps. Every dollar heals. Join the community of volunteers and supporters who promote healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery in our state through End Slavery Tennessee's programs of training, specialized comprehensive aftercare and prevention. Your donations will help move 136 survivors last year up the slow, hard, but ultimately life-changing path to recovery. You also help save today's vulnerable youth from falling for the traffickers' traps in the first place. The need is clear. TBI Director Mark Gwynn says the numbers will continue to increase for the foreseeable future. End Slavery Tennessee is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit recognized by the IRS making your donations tax deductible.

Single or Recurring Contribution,
Credit Card, or Bank Draft Payment

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Check Payment

Checks can be made out to End Slavery Tennessee. Contact our Office Manager for our mailing address.

Stock donations

If you are interested in donating with stocks, please contact us to learn more.


The Wilberforce Circle is a group of devoted donors who commit to giving monthly or annually for 3 years. This circle is invaluable because it allows us to budget for and rely on a regular stream of income so ESTN can maximize the care we provide to the survivors we serve and take advantage of opportunities that arise to address needed systemic change.

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Give Tangible Items

This list of current tangible needs for both survivors and the office is regularly updated so check back often.

Donate Your Used Vehicle

Your used car can be sold with ease and transformed into funds to help meet the escalating number of survivors we serve and the related costs.

What Your Donations Do

  • Provide for survivor needs from the immediate and urgent to long term:  Safe housing, transportation, food, clothing, medical assessment and care, regular specialized therapy, job skills and search assistance, GED/college prep etc. as well as the staff who become their trusted support team and who work side by side with survivors to set and meet individual goals. Included in this category are the costs of running our two safe houses which provide a six month stabilization period for new survivors. 
  • Equip prevention groups working with vulnerable populations of youth to prevent them falling prey to trafficker's traps.
  • Pay Intervention Specialists (survivors well along the path to recovery) to mentor new survivors, work with especially vulnerable youth and act as spokespersons for legislators, media and other change makers.
  • Train professionals to identify and get appropriate help for victims they encounter.
  • Supply materials to help ordinary citizens identify and get help for trafficked persons in their neighborhoods and report trafficking activity to law enforcement.
  • Develop tools to bring about systemic change in our state. Goals for the next three years include creation of a video component in the TBI training of all law enforcement in the state, development of a best practices manual, a universal assessment tool and eventually a app version of the latter and participation in creating and providing services for a specialized trafficking court. 



If you have questions or concerns, or if you wish to give by a different means, please contact us.

Thank you, on behalf of all of us at End Slavery Tennessee and the survivors of human trafficking in Tennessee who we serve.