For the second year in a row, Major League Baseball teams, players and fans are coming together to combat human trafficking around the world in an initiative called Strike Out Slavery. Agape International Missions has been selected as one of nine anti-trafficking partners who are leading the fight on modern day slavery and will benefit from the money raised by this year’s event.
AIM’s mission to stop the cycle of exploitation in Cambodia by preventing trafficking and rescuing, restoring, and reintegrating survivors made us a great match for a Strike Out Slavery partnership.
How to Get Involved
Everyone has the power to do something about the insidious global human trafficking trade. Strike Out Slavery believes that baseball players and fans across the nation – even around the world – are part of a community who want to mobilize for good and can be relied on to help make the world a safer place for all. Here’s how you can support this year’s events:
- ATTEND A GAME
Strike Out Slavery has teamed up with the Washington Nationals and the Los Angeles Angels to host Strike Out Slavery Day at each ballpark. Learn more and buy tickets for the Nationals game at: https://groupmatics.events/event/AIM or the Angels game at: https://groupmatics.events/event/StrikeOutSlavery18.
- BECOME EDUCATED
AIM is an official Strike Out Slavery international nonprofit partner because of the work we do to fight trafficking. Browse our website to learn how we prevent sex trafficking, and rescue, restore, and reintegrate survivors. You can also visit our Resources page to learn how to recognize and fight trafficking in any community. Share what you learn with family and friends to make an even greater impact.
- GET INVOLVED & GIVE
AIM fights sex trafficking and modern day slavery through prevention programs that stop the cycle of exploitation. We also rescue, restore, and reintegrate survivors with comprehensive care that meets their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Can’t make a game this year? Make a donation to AIM today to help us bring freedom and healing to survivors of modern day slavery.
About Strike Out Slavery
Albert and Deidre Pujols created Strike Out Slavery in 2017 after learning that human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world, generating $150 billion annually. The Pujolses knew that if Major League Baseball teams, players and fans joined them, Strike Out Slavery could spread awareness about modern slavery and help a global network of nonprofit organizations rally against it. In 2018, Strike Out Slavery is expanding as other players take a stand against slavery to reach legions of baseball fans across the nation, even the world.