More than 300,000 children are at risk of being trafficked for sex in the United States, and those numbers are highest in California. Human trafficking is happening in all of our communities, urban and rural, and we have the power to help stop this horrible crime. Markstein Sales Co. is partnering locally and nationally to help combat this problem and this page provides videos and resources to encourage others to join us in this fight. From beer distributors to individuals, it only takes a few minutes to learn what to look for and how to save a life.
Help Us Fight Human Trafficking
The fight against human trafficking is making a difference in children’s lives around the U.S. and we need your help! Hear from Markstein Sales Co., the National Beer Wholesalers Assoc. (NBWA), New Day for Children, and a rescued trafficking survivor on why training and awareness programs work to save lives and how you or your company can join the fight.
Meet Gabbi. She’s a fighter, a survivor…so much more than a statistic.
The statistics around human trafficking in the U.S. are staggering, but remember that for every statistic, there is a real person – in many cases a young child – who is living this nightmare. Listen to Gabbi, a rescued trafficking survivor, and let’s draw on her strength and perseverance to fight against this crime.
Fighting Human Trafficking in California
New Day for Children is a California-based non-profit that provides support to young children recovered from the despair of human trafficking. Learn how this problem infiltrates all areas of society and how to help prevent it from harming more children.
Fighting Human Trafficking Nationally
The National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) is sponsoring the Distributors Against Human Trafficking initiative. Learn the simple steps all distributors can take and how it is already making a difference.
Markstein Combats Slavery And Human Trafficking
Hear from Markstein Sales Co., National Beer Wholesalers Assoc, and New Day for Children on the real problem of human trafficking in the U.S., and steps that can be taken by beer distributors and others, to help solve this issue.