Today, millions of lives around the world are in the grip of injustice.
More children, women and men are held in slavery right now than over the course of the entire trans-Atlantic slave trade: Millions toil in bondage, their work and even their bodies the property of an owner.
International Justice Mission (IJM) seeks to make public justice systems work for victims of abuse and oppression who urgently need the protection of the law. IJM investigators, lawyers and social workers intervene in individual cases of abuse in partnership with state and local authorities. By pushing individual cases of abuse through the justice system from the investigative stage to the prosecutorial stage, IJM determines the specific source of corruption, lack of resources, or lack of good will in the system denying victims the protection of their legal systems. In collaboration with local authorities, IJM addresses these specific points of brokenness to meet the urgent needs of victims of injustice.
Groups/Families/Individuals: Stand alongside IJM and become a prayer partner. Give $24 or more a month and make it possible for IJM to show up 24 hours a day to rescue victims of violent oppression. A single gift of $50 can provide one day of undercover investigations.
Donate Online: IJM.org/give