Together, we have the power to end human trafficking.

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery that degrades our social fabric, debases our shared humanity, destroys peace, and fuels injustice.

By creating meaningful partnerships with local and federal agencies, corporations and individuals, Mission 14 is dedicated to bringing about change in our communities. We believe that Love, Compassion and Justice are actions that cannot be accomplished from the sidelines, to that end we focus on educating those on the front lines of the fight and those at risk. 

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Poverty is a large contributor to human trafficking

The aim of the Mission 14 Sewing School in Mangua, Nicaragua is to provide job training and successful job placement in the local apparel sewing industry for unemployed adult women and men living in impoverished communities.

Our hope is to partner with foreign and locally owned garment manufacturers and NGO's to change as many lives as possible and effectively break the cycle of poverty. 

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We're making a difference at home.

Mission 14 partners with non-profit organizations in the U.S. as well as local and federal agencies in launching best in class training seminars for law enforcement officers. These bi-annual, highly effective 3-day seminars focus on developing skills needed by law enforcement and human trafficking professionals to be more effective on the front lines of the fight against human trafficking. 

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How can you make a difference?

BE BRAVE and join our army of difference makers. Two ways to support us in this fight; make a donation to ADOPT-A-COP and help send an officer to one of our 3-day seminars, CHANGE-A-LIFE and donate to send a local Nicaraguan through our 45 day sewing course. Every act of bravery you make, no matter how small, can inspire others to do the same. 

Together, we have the power to end modern-day slavery.