Your place of business can do something about human trafficking right now.


Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. It is the exploitation of men, women, and children for forced labor or sex by a third-party for profit or gain.

But what can Dallas businesses do to help?

Your business can passively communicate to trafficked individuals in the one public location where they will have privacy: Your public restroom.

Our tastefully designed and washable placards are multi-lingual, durable and self-adhere to the inside of bathroom stall doors.

The 8½" x 11" signs will help trafficking victims realize they are not free and give them simple steps they can take to escape. Learn more about human trafficking.

Design of Anti-Trafficking Placard in English and Spanish

The Greater Dallas Restaurant Association's 24HourDallas initiative thanks its partners in developing this service: Dallas Police Department, hck2 Partners, DuPriest POP, TransNation Translations, and Dallas County.

Postage to mail our trafficking posters has been provided by Atmos Energy.

Additional thanks to restaurateurs  Edith and Chris Aslam for bringing to our attention the role restaurants and other businesses can take in helping get trafficked children and adults back to freedom.

Design of Anti-Trafficking Placard in English, Spanish, Korean and Vietnamese

Two different placards are available, one in English and Spanish and the other in English, Spanish, Korean and Vietnamese (as shown here).

Request free placards for your business or organization

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