"Taking Action Against Human Trafficking
We can’t arrest it away
We can’t legislate it away
We have to stop it before it ever happens!"

Breaking the Chains of Abuse

People of all ages, genders, races and backgrounds want to get off the sidelines and get involved in eradicating slavery. Here are some ways you can help women and girls Break the Chains of Abuse...


Donate - Make a monetary donation (monthly or one-time gift) 

Volunteer -Your time or services
Invite - Join us at upcoming events, or ask us to speak to your organization, school, or church
Educate - Host an awareness event

Action Force Network Founder

Letter From Our Founder


At the core of Action Force Network is a belief that when we unite with others of like passion, we can make a difference in the world. We’re confident that people want to participate in a cause bigger than themselves, reach immeasurable heights and partner with others that desire to live a life of meaningful significance.

 

Martin Luther King once said, “Everyone can be great…because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”  Whether you are an executive, working professional, student, stay at home mom, or just have a heart full of grace, AFN knows you can make a difference; YOU can help save a girl!


Modern day slavery is a vast insidious problem in our world today. It has woven its way into the very fabric of our lives. It is not something we are going to be able to abolish in just a few years; this will take an assertive effort on the parts of many to bring a significant measurable difference. AFN is excited to be a part of the solution! We are thrilled to have the privilege to work alongside you, a network of individuals and organizations to help make a change in the world…a change for good.


We want to thank you for your time, donations and support to help save a girl; because everyone has a right to be free. Free from slavery. Free from abuse.


Sincerely,


Veronica Stephens
Founder and President