A mother reported to AIM and the Cambodian Police that her young daughter had been missing for two months. The forces immediately launched a covert surveillance operation…
The Super Bowl & Sex Trafficking, What’s the Deal? Every year around mid-January, there seems to be a flood of articles and media attention surrounding sex trafficking at the Super Bowl. As one of the largest sporting events on earth, it attracts tens of thousands of men into cities, and there’s no denying that many of them are […]
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 […]
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Attention Required for Recurring Donations We’re happy to announce that AIM has transitioned to a new donation management software alongside our new website. This new tool will help us be more efficient with both time and money! Your attention is required to transfer your recurring donation to our new system. Since we do not store your credit card or bank […]
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
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Fighting Modern-Day Slavery Today in the United States we pause to remember a hero. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a man who fought for freedom, equality and justice for all mankind, regardless of race or social status. He was strengthened and driven by his faith in our […]