Here's How You Can Help Bring Freedom
If you text REMEDY to 727-273-7283 you will get notified when successful rescue operations happen, when traffickers are arrested, and when we've assisted in someone's freedom.
HERE ARE OTHER WAYS WE'VE SEEN ORDINARY PEOPLE IN THE REMEDY DRIVE COMMUNITY GET INVOLVED IN THE MODERN-DAY ABOLITION MOVEMENT:
- The Remedy Drive community has raised over $500,000 in donations and in-kind donations for The Exodus Road. Together, we've participated in the freedom of over 1900 survivors of trafficking, and we've helped arrest over 1000 traffickers.
- We use our rock band, our songs, our interviews, and public appearances to raise awareness and funds for The Exodus Road. We purchase all our band's t-shirts, apparel, and accessories from organizations that help rehabilitate survivors of trafficking.
We participate in local awareness/fundraising concerts that help fund The Exodus Road and other counter human trafficking efforts. The people that put on these events work tirelessly in their communities to promote the events and build local support for the cause. For many people we’ve worked with it has been their first event they’ve ever organized. Several of these organizers have been high school and college students.
Products made by survivors of human trafficking. The sale of these t-shirts, clothing, jewelry, bags, and accessory items contribute to the restoration, rehabilitation, and reintegration of boys, girls and women who have been rescued from trafficking and exploitation by several organizations we partner with. These organizations specialize in trauma care, art therapy, and transitional employment.
Set up an online fundraiser for your family and friends to help fund freedom efforts on the front lines!
If you set your goal at $200+ we will send you a free $Never shirt. Just message RD on Facebook with a screenshot of the fundraiser, your address, and t-shirt size.
- Karena in IA ran a 5K in stiletto high heels. She used the event to raise awareness and funds for The Exodus Road. Her feet bled, and someone carried her across the finish line. She ran another year with 28 pounds of weights on her, representing the estimated 28 million people impacted by slavery. (some estimate the number to be closer to 40 million in 2018)