United Against Slavery is committed to being transparent and accountable for every dollar invested into our efforts. We know that there are only two ways to build an organization or project: through time or money. That means either our time and money or someone else's. We have utilized extensive time to effectively create United Against Slavery on a minimal budget as we pursue the anti-trafficking National Outreach Survey. Although we are not establishing United Against Slavery as a 501c3 organization at this time, we want to be accountable for our financials. If you have questions about our decision to delay applying for 501c3 status, please review our FAQ.
In addition to paying businesses to render services, we also paid trafficking survivors for their skills and contributions to some of our graphics design, research, and content written. We wanted to make sure every survivor was paid even a small amount for their contribution. Presently, no leadership has been paid for time allocated towards developing United Against Slavery.