Frequently Asked Questions

Is Mission 14 a registered 501(c)(3)?

Yes. Mission 14® has been a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization since 2011. Mission 14® is also a registered 6162 NGO accredited in Nicaragua. Our mission is to generate awareness and resources to empower our Army of Difference Makers to put an end to the worst form of human trafficking—the trafficking of children. 


What is a direct services non-profit/organization?

These non-profit or charitable organizations are those whose efforts go directly to helping the victims of human trafficking. This could mean providing educational tools to help end trafficking, rehabilitation and/or aftercare, removing children from traffickers, providing sustainable employment for families at risk, and more.

How does Mission 14 select a charitable partner?

Mission 14’s board and staff rigorously investigate potential national and international partners. We look for highly innovative organizations employing best-in-class processes and practices in the fight against human trafficking. Transparency, financial excellence, and measurable success are key factors. If you’re a registered charity and want to learn more, email us at

Do you work directly with trafficking survivors?

No. In the United Sates our focus is working with local and state agencies to provide training to law enforcemnt officers on the topic of human trafficking. In Nicaragua we have started a sewing training center focusing on providing job skills training to neighboring impoverished communities. 

Can we donate to you?

Yes! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit in the United States and a registered 6162 NGO accredited in Nicaragua, so everything you donate is tax deductible.  Click here to donate to Mission 14.


Where does my money go if I donate to Mission 14?

All individual donations go to funding our charitable initiatives; Law Enforcement trianing in the United States and our sewing training facility in Nicaragua.