FAAST Membership Opportunties

The best way to combat slavery is to work together through education, networking and collaboration. We invite you to examine the different levels of involvement FAAST offers, find the one that works best for you and your organization and join us. Not only will you benefit from working with us, but we will benefit from working with you as well. The more involved you are with FAAST, the more you will benefit from these collaborative efforts.

  • Affiliate Level

    We are excited to offer the new Affiliate level. This level allows organizations, churches and individuals a chance to network and learn with FAAST members. This includes access to our monthly learning calls, and invitations to select networking events we hold throughout the year. Affiliates of FAAST are not required to be faith-based organizations. Affiliates are not members of FAAST but instead are part of a unique partnership where we learn and grow together. Dues for Affiliates are $100 per year. Find the application for FAAST Affiliates here.

  • Memberships are for faith-based organizations. Organizational Members have access to our learning phone calls and networking events but also access to FAAST materials for internal use. This includes both Hands that Heal and Change Agents. In addition, they benefit from information sharing between members and are listed on on our website. Annual dues for organizational members are based on their annual budget, and ranges from $500-$3,000 per year. You can find an application here.

  • Steering Committee Members are also faith-based organizations and enjoy all the same benefits of Organizational members. In addition, Steering Committee members have decision making responsibilities for FAAST that will guide us into the future. Annual dues for Steering Committee Membership is $6,000. You can find an application here.

  • University Network Member

    The University Network brings faith-based universities together who are interested in fighting trafficking. Members of this network are encouraged to develop anti-trafficking courses for their universities. Members of this network will be able to contribute to any academic papers that the Network produces. Membership dues for the network is $300 annually. Professors can also join as an Affiliate partner (listed above).