Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAAST) Profile

Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAAST) is a Christian alliance of organizations working together to abolish human trafficking and restore survivors. Established in 2003, FAAST programming is present in the United States and multiple countries abroad. In each country, FAAST members implement a variety of methods and efforts through local churches to raise awareness of human trafficking, deliver education on the topic, and provide the care victims need during their recovery. Through these efforts, FAAST mobilizes communities to take action in their area, resulting in lasting independent leadership on a local level.  By informing the public and addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual dignity of individuals, FAAST continually works toward its vision of a world where human beings are individually valued as unique and crafted in God’s image.

  • Our annual report provides a look at how FAAST has grown, our collaboration efforts and our accomplishments for 2015.

  • FAAST Collaborates with WFCB Radio to start #demandnomore campaign

    Press Release August 2015

    FAAST has teamed up with WFCB Radio for a #demandnomore campaign. This campaign features the talent from WFCB Radio's show the Outlaws to voice PSA's that will air on all of the WFCB stations, as well as the WFCB On Demand Station to highlight how we all contribute to the demand of trafficking, as well as ways we can reduce demand.

  • The National Educators to Stop Trafficking (NEST) recently certified the Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking’s (FAAST) Change Agent Curriculum. NEST evaluates and certifies curriculum’s from all sources with the goal that anti-Trafficking curriculum will be used in every school. This certification tells educators that Change Agents is an age-appropriate, demographically suitable curriculum for their youth.

  • Change Agents is Released

    Press Release March 2015

    FAAST announces the release of Change Agents: a Human Trafficking Bible Study for Preteens Curriculum on March 9, 2015. This Bible Study is geared towards 8-13 year olds.

  • When Traffic Comes to Church

    FAAST article in NAE Insight

    Read about when traffic comes to church and our stories of hope by clicking here!