Washington, District of Columbia


Polaris Project is named after the North Star that guided slaves towards freedom along the Underground Railroad. Since our founding in 2002, Polaris Project has been guided by a singular vision: a world without slavery.

Today, Polaris Project is changing how communities fight all forms of human trafficking. Founded with the belief that everyday people can come together to do extraordinary things, Polaris Project is building a nationwide network to combat all forms of trafficking and serve the full range of its victims: American citizens and foreign nationals, men and women, children and adults. Our expert knowledge of trafficking networks around the world is sought by top law enforcement officers, business leaders, faith-based groups and service providers. By successfully pushing for stronger federal and state laws, operating the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, conducting trainings, and providing vital services to our clients, Polaris Project is creating long-term solutions that will eradicate modern-day slavery.


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Washington, District of Columbia 20009 United States