Protecting the vulnerable from losing their freedoms to abuse and human trafficking.

There are an estimated 40.3 million people around the world that are currently in forced labour, sexual exploitation, domestic servitude and forced marriage. At the Young Living Foundation, we envision a world where our rising generation is free to thrive and create positive change in their communities. This type of freedom can’t happen unless we unite to create a world where no person is bought, sold, or exploited.

With an estimated 40.3 million human trafficking victims worldwide, modern slavery affects nearly every country.

Examples of exploitation include:

Domestic servitude

Domestic
servitude

Forced labor

Forced
labor

Sex trafficking

Sex
trafficking

Forced marriage

Forced
marriage

Debt bondage

Debt
bondage

Forced street begging

Forced street
begging

FIGHTING TO END EXPLOITATION

Since 2016, the Young Living Foundation has been committed to helping victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Through our partnership with Hope for Justice, a nonprofit organization fighting modern day slavery, we are making a meaningful difference in the lives of men, women, and children trapped in abusive and inhumane conditions.

EXPANDING THE FIGHT ACROSS FIVE CONTINENTS

We are working to end exploitation with Hope for Justice in the U.S., Australia, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Beyond helping victims recover from exploitation by funding Hope for Justice’s rescue efforts and rehabilitation centers, we also help prevent conditions that increase people's risk factors for human trafficking in the first place by supporting self-help groups and community education programs that equip others with the necessary tools to protect themselves and their families from predators.