There are more people in slavery today than at any time in human history.

 The best estimate, according to the U.S. State Department, is 27 million

SOS trains and equips students to raise awareness of human trafficking.


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Faith and Justice Youth Mission Opportunity

Experiencing holy discontent, like God must have bigger plans for you? Do you want to grow in your faith and understanding of God's heart for justice?    SOS might be the faith and justice mission opportunity for you.


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Awareness in Schools

Non-Religious Engagement

Ready to jump in for a one off? We can help equip you to educate and build awareness about human trafficking and fundraise for those working to stop human trafficking. You can be an agent for change.


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Students are a powerful vehicle for change.

SOS is a student mission responding to a call for freedom and justice.  We are not going to be apathetic to the darkness around us.  We are going to go into those heart wrenching places and shine a light and offer shalom, a flourishing peace.  SOS stands for "Seeking Justice, Offering Shalom and Stepping out in Faith."   At SOS we train and equip students to go into their schools and various circles and educate others on the reality of human trafficking and forced labour in Toronto.


The United Nations estimates the total market value of illicit human trafficking at 32 billion US dollars (ILO, 2005).

Last year, Slave traders made an estimated $32 Billion-that is more than nike, google and starbucks combined

The average profit from each female trafficked in Canada is $280,800. 

(CISC, “Organized Crime and Domestic Trafficking in Persons,” Strategic Intelligence Brief, August 2008)

Most Common Recruitment Age is 13-14 years

 (Canadian Women’s Foundation, On-Line Agency Survey on Service Provision for Trafficked or Sexually Exploited Women and Girls, 2013)