May 2019

Matching Grant

TAT has a matching grant from the Greenbaum Foundation and Change a Path for $125,000 to celebrate our 10th anniversary, and we are just over the halfway mark. A donation of any size would be greatly appreciated to help us keep the mission moving forward! https://truckersagainsttrafficking.networkforgood.com/projects/39964-donate-to-tat?fbclid=IwAR1-nMPZXaKK2pTq8_LSW67rdbjMONiLRtiaK0hs9qSNx0D32mHWDcC3z9c

KIMT-TV 3 NEWS – Two major convenience store chains are teaming up to fight human trafficking. Kum & Go and Casey’s say they’re partnering with “Convenience Stores Against Trafficking (CSAT)” to train employees and place stickers in bathroom stalls with numbers for victims to contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline. “Kum & Go is committed to improving our neighborhoods, and this partnership with CSAT is our most recent effort to

We’d like to give a big shout out to our corporate sponsors! From the Freedom Drivers level to the Bronze level, we know that each donation and sponsorship allows us to print and ship our materials for free around the nation, to extend into the busing industry with Busing on the Lookout, to create media that is used by industry, individuals and the anti-trafficking movement at large, speak around the

Survivor Thoughts from Autumn Burris!

KATY, Texas — An accused child sex predator from Katy is back behind bars after his arrest in Washington County. Frank Roberts III was wanted in a horrific child sex trafficking case. Roberts was originally arrested back in February after a 16-year-old runaway told investigators he sexually assaulted her at his Katy apartment after she met him at Greenspoint Mall. To read more: https://www.khou.com/article/news/crime/captured-katy-man-wanted-in-horrific-child-sex-trafficking-case-is-in-custody/285-bceb1b08-5797-4b51-9fbc-b8d7f3779d97?fbclid=IwAR0_Db27kzax_kNz7dNsL6980Ngsumdx-Wv9JYeHw2wjQw0Oz5_xRW_P2ps