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  • We believe all people should be free from exploitation as well as free to have a future, free to access opportunity, and free to live life to the fullest.

20% OF OUR NEW RAINBOW OF LEASHES

November 26-29. Automatically applied at checkout. SHOP NOW

We believe all people should be free from exploitation as well as free to have a future, free to access opportunity, and free to live life to the fullest.

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Our MISSION

Partnership to End Human Trafficking (PEHT) is a nonprofit organization that provides individuals with a pathway toward healing and independence through community outreach, residential recovery, and economic empowerment.

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How Can You Help? Love Your Pet.          

Our pet retail initiative is founded upon the idea that LOVE is the most powerful agent for change in the world. 100% of net profits from the sale of our handcrafted products support the ongoing work of PEHT ’s charitable activities with human trafficking survivors.

  “I believe the greatest force for change in a dark world is love. It is our hope that when customers purchase our products, they will sense that a little more love has penetrated the darkness. LOVE YOUR PET. CHANGE THE WORLD.”        - Elizabeth Koldyke Boolbol, Founder PEHT

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40
MILLION

VICTIMS OF
HUMAN
TRAFFICKING
GLOBALLY

75
PERCENT

OF THOSE
TRAFFICKED
VICTIMS ARE
WOMEN

5
MILLION

TRAPPED
IN THE
SEX TRADE
GLOBALLY

14
YEARS

AVERAGE AGE
A TEEN
ENTERS THE
SEX TRADE

Startling Facts          

It is estimated that the business of Human Trafficking exceeds $150 billion annually, $99 billion coming from the sex trafficking industry alone. It is second largest and fastest growing illegal business in the world.

In 2018 the Connecticut DCF HART teams received 210 referrals for at-risk or confirmed cases of youth trafficking.

In 2018 the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline reported 141 victims of trafficking were identified in CT alone and this is just the number reported through the Hotline, many more have gone unidentified. The majority of reports were centered along major highways including the I-95 corridor and in the Southwestern region of the State.

The National Human Trafficking Resource Center estimates 70 percent of human trafficking incidents occur at truck stops where predatory pimps make contact with desperate girls running from intolerable home lives, thus beginning the journey into human sex bondage.

Interstate 95 is the key piece of geography for initial contact, connecting such major cities as Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and points south. Along I­95 are the rest stops, truck stops, and bus stations that are prime locations for exploitation.