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Our Mission

The Prevention Project believes that in order to eradicate Human Trafficking, the selling of human beings for profit, we must educate young people on the lures of trafficking, and invest in character and leadership development; so we not only prevent sex trafficking from occurring, but create and equip leaders to bring a lasting change for our communities and beyond. 

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  • Richmond Justice Initiative

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    If you are a passionate activist who is looking for a fresh way to be outspoken, look no further! We have just refilled our stock of the highly-rated and much-desired Prevention Project swag! Let the world know that slavery still exists in a modern-day form, and that you are an abolitionist committed to seeing its demise. To get ethically-made merchandise for yourself or a friend, visit our website, and know that your purchase goes directly to support our work in human trafficking prevention! (http://www.prevention-project.org/home/store/) Read more...

  • Timeline Photos

    We are so proud of Prevention Project students at Smithfield High School! They created these awesome t-shirts for an event showcasing their artwork, wrote letters to Virginia political leaders, and performed poetry - all to raise awareness of human trafficking. Students also raised funds through a bake sale and generously donated their proceeds to the Prevention Project program! A big thank you to these students as well as their teacher, Mr. Matthew Ployd, for being voices in the movement to end trafficking movement! #humantrafficking #endit Read more...

  • Timeline Photos

    Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate #RJI365! We look forward to sharing with you when we reach 10,000 at risk youth to date with the Prevention Project curriculum! Your support means the world to us and to the youth who are reached because of your support. Thank you! Read more...