Trafficking is a global issue, including here in the U.S. and possibly in your city. What does sex trafficking look like on a local level? Find out more..
Thanks to our amazing partners, O.U.R., AIM SWAT was able to rescue 30 children from dangerous and hazardous conditions at Brick Factories in Cambodia.
At last week’s AIM Family Gathering, we focused on AIM’s eight trafficking prevention programs that impact over 500 children, women, and men in our community each month.
We would rather prevent a child from being trafficked than have to rescue them from their traffickers. The damage done to the soul of a trafficked child is a cost which should never have to be paid.
Trafficking Awareness Portrayed through the Beauty of Dance LIFTED is a contemporary dance concert created with the purpose of raising awareness around the issue of human trafficking, both locally and internationally. Put on by Sacramento Contemporary Dance Theater and choreographed and artistically directed by Jacob Montoya, this show will inspire you to become not only informed […]
The commitment of AIM monthly donors os the backbone of our programs. These people move from a moment of generosity to making a lasting impact.
When Don and Bridget first traveled to Cambodia in 2005, Don was 50-something years old. Today, he’s celebrating – well, we’ll just call it ANOTHER birthday and let you do the math. Don has a special challenge that he’s asking from our AIM family as we celebrate his birthday this year
Join the AIM Staff and local artisan partners for our first-ever AIM Pop-Up Shop! Start your Christmas shopping early and pick up the newest products from AIM Employment Center. We’ll have a variety of bracelets, kimonos, totes, headbands, scarves, soap, lip balm, Christmas ornaments and more! You can also shop from a variety of local artisans, […]
Join AIM on Facebook Live or in person to celebrate the birthday of William Wilberforce! We’ll also reveal the results of our $24,000 matching gift challenge.