1. To maintain a constant level of current, factual and professional education to the communities at large regarding the issues pertaining to human trafficking.
2. To create awareness and be an advocate for an age appropriate curriculum for students beginning with 5th through 12th grade on the dangers of human trafficking, its impact on society, individuals, and families.
3. To create a funding mechanism specifically to establish a safe home for survivors of human trafficking to heal, retool and refocus on their life ahead.