Mercury One is committed to bringing awareness, education, and help to victims of human trafficking.
According to a recent study published by the Department of Justice, roughly 750,000 American children are reported missing each year. Of that number, unofficial estimates show that 100,000+ are enslaved into the world of human trafficking, forced into prostitution and pornography.
These crimes are all too common and victims come from every segment of our society. Human traffickers often target children between the ages of 12-14 years old for the commercial sex trade. Many victims are runaway girls who were sexually abused as children.
In response, Mercury One partners with organizations to disrupt human trafficking markets right here in the United States and around the world. As a trusted partner, you can help these children who are being bought, sold and discarded by donating to Mercury One.
Mercury One partners with DeliverFund because we believe in their message to disrupt global human trafficking markets by combining unique qualified personnel with a full field traditional and technological approach.
Our Past Human Trafficking Work
Operation Game Changer (OPGC) took place during Super Bowl LI to target human trafficking activity.
Mercury One along with numerous corporate partners supported the efforts of the nonprofit organization DeliverFund on the ground in Houston. The collective efforts resourced Houston law enforcement agents with actionable information leading them to human traffickers and their victims.
The process of hunting down traffickers, making the arrest and freeing their victims does not happen quickly. The results that were compiled during OPGC are being further developed by a DeliverFund analyst and cases continue to be built by law enforcement.
operation game changer impact
Human trafficking targets were generated
National trafficking networks were identified
Target packages were pushed to Law Enforcement
Our partner, Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.) has made a significant impact in the fight to end sex trafficking and sexual exploitation by assisting in rescuing and supporting thousands of survivors in 30 countries and 50 U.S. states.
They work to help bring freedom and healing to victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation, while offering cutting-edge tools and resources to U.S. law enforcement to expand their anti-human trafficking efforts.
Domestic abuse is defined as any behavior that attempts to assert power and control over another person, specifically an intimate partner ... this can be physical, emotional, verbal, sexual, or financial.
National statistics show that a staggering 1 in 3 women will experience domestic violence at some point in their lives.
The abuse typically escalates over time and coincides with feelings of fear and shame on the part of the victim, making it difficult for the victim to come forward and seek help.
the impact hope's door has made in one year
Hotline calls answered
Hours of counseling provided
Women and children received emergency shelter
Hours of community service
PROGRAMS OFFERED BY HOPE'S DOOR
Battering Intervention & Prevention Program (BIPP)
A program that helps abusers eliminate toxic behavior.
Hope's Door offers counseling to individuals dealing with and healing from the effects of domestic violence.
Hope's Door offers emergency shelter for those in immediate danger.
Call the Hope's Door hotline
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, call the Hope’s Door New Beginning Center or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at:
donate to mercury one
Mercury One is eternally grateful for the generosity of YOU, our donors, as you join us and the organizations that we support on our mission to restore the human spirit. Thank you!