What We Do

Learn about how DeliverFund is combatting human trafficking, and what you can do to help. 

What We Do

Learn about how DeliverFund is combatting human trafficking, and what you can do to help.

Criminals can order an underaged girl to their house as easy as they can order a pizza—by cellphone

The proliferation of technology has made it easier for human traffickers to search for and groom potential victims. 

 

 

But at DeliverFund, we are using the same technology that human traffickers use to scale their business to tear down their networks. We equip, train, and advise our law enforcement partners with state-of-the-art technology and artificial intelligence platforms.

We are entirely funded by the generous donations of the public, and the life-saving technologies supplied by many forward-thinking corporations who are looking to turn the enemy’s technologies against them.

If traffickers touch the internet, we will find them.

Our Plan

How DeliverFund counters human trafficking on all fronts

Equip

DeliverFund has the largest, analyst-curated human trafficking database in the United States, and we’ve reduced the time it takes to identify a victim from several weeks to a few hours.

Our analysts not only employ our proprietary technology to track down human traffickers faster, we also teach our law enforcement partners how to use this technology to scale their efforts.

Train

Once supplied with necessary software and hardware, law enforcement officers can take courses with DeliverFund to learn how to use it, how to interact with our intelligence teams, how to rescue victims, and how to take down the criminals.

Advise

DeliverFund’s elite intelligence team provides reports to local law enforcement that identify human trafficking activity and offers ongoing support to law enforcement operations at no cost.

Thrive

Once victims are rescued, DeliverFund helps them heal by connecting them with support services and other survivors. If they are ready, we assist by connecting them with speaking opportunities, protecting them from being exploited again. We call these survivors “Thrivers.”

Our Partnership with
Law Enforcement Nationwide

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Where we are

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Officers Trained

We are partners with law enforcement, who are on the front lines of this battle against human traffickers. We know the realities of the problem, the size and scope, the uphill battle that it is against an evil and malicious foe. We’ve been in the trenches, fighting alongside law enforcement, and we have learned about human trafficking in the US.
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Intelligence Reports

DeliverFund intelligence reports identify potential human traffickers to law enforcement agents.

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Trained by Thrivers

DeliverFund’s Thriver program consists of survivors and advocates who provide law enforcement officers and victim services specialists victim-centric training, as well as human trafficking awareness training.

Timea Nagy

There is absolutely nothing that makes me feel more hopeful and empowered than watching former soldiers and former CIA agents team up with local police to sharpen their skills to take down Human Traffickers effectively. I wish that all the survivors out there could have seen the passion and the collaboration I have seen in training. There is real hope for the survivors in America because of you, DeliverFund.

Timea Nagy, M.S.M.

Founder, Timea’s Cause Inc.

What does your donation do?

Every dollar counts in this fight. An individual donation may not feel like much, but when everyone gives, we can be a formidable force in the fight against human trafficking. 

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$15 will identify one fake social media account

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$50 will find the physical location of trafficking victim

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$100 will allow the discovery of one trafficker’s online footprint

Intelligence to Counter Human Trafficking

DeliverFund’s International Human Trafficking Analysis Center (iHTAC) is the central all-source, shared knowledge bank on trafficking activity, human traffickers, and their networks. 

Arresting human traffickers is the ultimate form of prevention, and starts the path to healing for the victims. But traffickers are like cockroaches–you stamp out one and another scurries out to take its place. We need to rally the resources and political will of citizens to make this a national priority that can be focused on and fought for.

The only people who can arrest human traffickers are law enforcement officers–so that is who we serve.