We're Elevate Kids Global.
We partner with world-changers like you to end child human trafficking through preventative work in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Not only are 45% of the child and youth population illiterate or have never attended school, but their education system is currently 50 years behind.
Many children as young as two years old have to work on the streets selling gum, candy, and cigarettes to help support their families.
Children are trafficked and forced into work labor by illegal underground organizations who promise parents a "better life."
WHAT WE DO
Through our school, students receive:
how we combat
Elevate Kids Global prevents children from being human trafficked by:
Identifying & training vulnerable children & communities.
Partnering with parents to ensure that the needs of their family are met to prevent a child from being trafficked.
Partnering with local governments and organizations that directly rescue children from hostile situations.
Providing free education to children which will help break the cycle of poverty and trafficking.
PARTnER WITH US
In partnering together, we can provide free education, meals, healthcare, and therapy to children and youth whose families don’t have the financial means to provide such necessities.
In doing so, we hope to break the cycle of forced labor that many families see as the only option for their children.
WAYS TO GIVE
Give a one-time or recurring gift by texting "ECGIVE" to
77977 and choosing "Elevate Kids Global." When giving for the first time, you will be asked for your Credit Card information.
Please mail your donations to:
24346 Main St.
Newhall, CA 91321
Checks payable to:
*All Donations Are Tax-Deductible
Elevate Kids Global maintains the dignity of any children that have been human trafficked. The children featured on our site have not been trafficked in part due to the successful efforts of our team to prevent their exploitation.
Elevate Kids Global
also partners with local organizations
that directly rescues children from
dangerous family and brothel situations.
Those children will not be featured in order to maintain their safety.