The 2024 Guide to Brands and Businesses that Fight Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a global crisis, with over 40 million trapped in modern slavery. Dignified employment is a key to recovery and transformation, and the businesses on this list are a real link between those whose lives are being transformed, and those who have the ability to make a difference.

The Freedom Business Alliance is working to end trafficking by addressing the economic roots of the issue, creating life-giving jobs for the most vulnerable. They have created a code of excellence to define standards for the anti-trafficking industry.

The FBA has defined 6 commitments of Freedom Business: a mission to end human trafficking, transparency and accountability, good working conditions, fair pay, healing centered workplace, and concern for external stakeholders. 

The businesses on this list have proven their commitment to ethical products and many are also working toward these guidelines. You can be sure that they are actually doing the good work that they claim! Redemption Market, a social impact shop in Phoenix, is proud to be considered a Freedom Business Champion, a business that extends the work of those who are working directly with survivors. 


Aruna Project |  Aruna is an impact driven athleisure brand. Through their products and events you can bring lifelong freedom to victims of human trafficking in India while celebrating freedom in your own adventure.

Beaudin Designs |  Unique upcycled chic leather accessories that benefit Out of Darkness, an Atlanta based ministry that reaches, rescues, and restores the victims of sex slavery.

Bought Beautifully  |  A curated boutique with products made by organizations who focus on ending human trafficking by supporting and caring for victims while helping them realize a new future full of hope.

Bytavi  |  Fair trade fashion made by empowered women in Cambodia.  As believers in quality over quantity, BYTAVI seamstresses carefully hand sew each item from start to finish. She even signs her name on the tag, so you know who made it. 

Clean Slate Goods |  A curated marketplace for goods with a mission to alleviate poverty, empower women, and restore dignity. Handbags, accessories, and home decor. 

Crowned Free  |  Gives back a portion of all profits to organizations who are working to restore hope in the women who have escaped human trafficking. On a mission to end human trafficking through ethical fashion. 

Designed For Joy  |  Provides women in crisis with stability through immediate employment and support, removing the stigma of vulnerability. Leather handbags, wallets, and ornaments. 

Eden Jewelry |  Reaching and rescuing women from trafficking and forced sexual exploitation in Asia - offering shelter, trauma counseling, skills training, and employment. Meaningful necklaces, earrings, and rings. 

Elegantees  |  A collection of tees, tops, and dresses that provide hope to overcomers of sex trafficking with positive source of income that reinforces independence, a healthy self-image, and confidence.

Ethic Goods |  A curated jewelry collection that provides economic empowerment for women who are survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. They work primarily in South East Asia, and partner with nonprofits that provide holistic care. 

Freedom Studios  |  Every product created in their studio is lovingly made by a survivor. They help survivors of human trafficking rehabilitate and heal in the most practical way- through meaningful employment.

Freeleaf  |  A fair trade social impact company that provides employment and holistic care to survivors of human trafficking and abuse in Asia & Austin. Unique handcrafted survivor made gifts and wall hangings. 

Good Paper  |  unique handcrafted cards that restore the spirit of women who have escaped sex trafficking in the Philippines and young adults orphaned by disease in Rwanda

Joyya |  An organisation based in the heart of Calcutta's red light district, offers employment to women who want to escape prostitution. Features high quality ethically sourced handbags and apparel. 

Made Free  |  Shop sustainable, organic, fair trade fashion accessories. Every purchase supports freedom from human trafficking and poverty.

Malia Designs  |   An organization fighting human trafficking in Southeast Asia through selling handmade and upcycled bags, wallets, and other accessories.

Mata Traders |  consciously crafted ethical fashion that provides dignified employment to vulnerable communities

Mended |  Exists to economically empower survivors of modern-day slavery in South Asia by producing the most beautiful hand block printed textiles- towels, tablecloths and more. 

Mulxiply  |  Based in Portland, Maine. Their admirable mission is to work with organizations that provide sustainable, fair trade, and creative work to women in Nepal. Unique handcrafted jewelry, apparel and hand felted children's toys. 

New Creation  |  a curated collection of survivor made goods from around the world, beautiful gifts and home decor

Nightlight CollectionNightLight Collection employs women in Bangkok, Thailand, seeking an alternative to the sex industry. NightLight artisans make handcrafted jewelry and are able to work in dignity and freedom.

Prodigal Pottery |  Ceramic bowls, mugs and decor handmade in Alabama by women fleeing homelessness, domestic violence and sex-trafficking. 

Prosperity Candle |  Ethical candles and gifts that give back to women refugees and artisans in the U.S. Hand poured with all natural soy and coconut wax.

Purpose Boutique |  A trendy boutique where a percentage of every sale is donated to Atlas Free to fight human trafficking locally + globally. 

Purpose Jewelry  |  Provides young women, who are escaping human trafficking, an opportunity to earn a living wage and become self-sufficient

Rahab's Rope  |  Products are made by women who have been affected by human trafficking or at-risk of human trafficking along with artisan partners throughout India.

Redemption Market |  A social impact fair trade shop in Phoenix, Arizona with a curated collection of goods for a cause. The emphasis is on jewelry, candles, and home decor items that support anti-trafficking initiatives. 

Rethreaded  |  Curated unique products made by survivors of trafficking. Every purchase and donation directly helps survivors with employment, counseling, and career development.

Sak Saum  |  A ministry in Cambodia dedicated to prevention, restoration, transformation, and rehabilitation of vulnerable and exploited men and women. A restorative program which facilitates vocational training in sewing excellent products and community development.

Sela Designs |  Handmade jewelry and accessories. SELA Designs values radical generosity, using 100% of profits to care for orphans, stop human trafficking & create living wage jobs.

Starfish Project |  Formerly trafficked women experience freedom & develop careers in our jewelry business. Survivor made necklaces, earrings, bracelets and wedding jewelry. 

Sutisana |  SutiSana was founded in 2010 as a freedom business, which exists to fight human trafficking or commercial exploitation. By providing dignified employment in a just and thriving business, SutiSana offers a new and abundant life for women leaving sexual exploitation in Bolivia

Swahlee  |  Creates career opportunities for women in northeast India who face barriers to safe, fair employment. They believe in the power of meaningful job creation to end poverty, impacting lives for generations to come.

The Loyal Workshop |  a high-quality eco-leather goods manufacturer offering alternative employment to women trapped in the sex trade in Kolkata, India.

The Tote Project  |   artistic totes and bags that support survivors of human trafficking through career training and workshops 

Thistle Farms |  based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our social enterprise provides women survivors with free housing, healthcare, counseling, job readiness training, and employment for two years. Together we stand as a living testament that community is the oldest form of healing in the world.

Trades of Hope |  Fair trade shopping that empowers trafficking survivors with dignified jobs, safe housing, & trauma counseling.


Learn more about the issue of trafficking at The Blue Campaign

Get involved to make a difference at A21, an organization on mission to end human slavery. 

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