The mission of the Women Against Human-Trafficking in Philadelphia (#WAHTPhilly) is to offer women a safe space to learn how to protect themselves from becoming a victim of inner city crime. We provide in-person and on-line trainings that focus on effective self-defense strategies, empowerment seminars, and wellness solutions.

Welcome to #WAHTPhilly

 Our activities provide a safe space where people are invited to spread the word about current abductions and join the conversation about Human Trafficking. WAHT offers well-being forums, workshops, and defense training, partnering with our affiliates who offer a variety of services. In addition, we offer public relations crisis management and marketing. If you know of a person who has been kidnapped into the "LIFE" please feel free to share with us.

When a person goes missing you should contact your local police, contact the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 (TTY:711), by texting “BeFree” (233733), via live chat or email. Services are available toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Please note, that contacting your local police is "not" enough, you must contact the national hotline so that the information is logged into the national database. For example, Philadelphia, PA has a Homeland Security Human Trafficking Unit with trained officers.  If you call the local police for an H.T. issue make sure you ask to speak with an officer that is trained in human trafficking, as it can make a difference in the results obtained.

#WAHTPhilly #womenagainsthumantrafficking #humantrafficking #humantraffickingawareness #protectchildren #savewomen #savethechildren #womenwellness

Disclaimer: Women Against Human Trafficking discourages anyone that attends or participates in our events to engage with attendees, speakers, or guests without first vetting them appropriately on your own to determine what risks are to be further mitigated. Any donations or exchanges of monies that you as an individual decide to engage in are at your own risk and are not the responsibility of Women Against Human Trafficking, Inc unless expressly stated in writing to you from the President of the organization.


We have your back in a variety of ways...

Make a contribution to WAHT

Women Against Human Trafficking, Inc. registered in the State of PA is not a non-profit. The funds contributed to the mission of the organization cannot be considered a write-off. Any funds contributed to the organization will go towards the following:

1. Funding to support day-to-day business activities;

2. Funding to support Zoom meetings.

3. Funding to support social media advertising;

4. Funding to support travel to and from meetings associated with human trafficking;

5. Funding to support technology needs; and

6. Funding to support contract hiring of staff to address the ongoing needs of the organization.

To make a contribution to Women Against Human Trafficking, click here to contact the organization. 

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Volunteer and partner with Women Against Human Trafficking
There is a lot to do, and you can be a part of the solution. What is it that you can offer in preventing children, women, and boys from being trafficked? What solution can you provide to help the well-being of community-at-large?

Click here to tell us your story.


Self-Defense Trainings for Women

Self Defense Classes Designed to Protect Women from Violence in Today's World.

 true renaissance woman, Jillian Bullock (Martial Arts - Black Belt, motivational speaker, trained boxer, and fitness expert) has partnered with Women Against Human Trafficking to offer classes to women designed to help protect themselves from violence in today’s world. We will offer two classes for a fee; dates to be determined: 1) The Fierce Functional Fitness Class for Females (in person class) which focuses on mental and physical fitness techniques to prepare females to stay ready to protect themselves, and 2) 100 Red Flag Warnings That Prevent Women from Becoming a Victim in Today’s World (online class).

E-mail us at [email protected] to be the first to know when more details are published about these classes.

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1st Annual Women Empowerment and Legacy Event March 19, 2022 1:30pm - 3:30pm Click here to register for FREE event.

Join us for the First Annual event to honor trailblazer Dr. Renee Reynolds Lawson, Ms. Classic Universe 2021-2022. This event will serve as a catalyst to transfer Dr. Lawson’s knowledge and empowerment to women of all walks-of-life who are seeking tools and connections to live their best life every step of the way. Dr. Renee Reynolds Lawson was a victim turned victor of domestic abuse as well as an ambassador for Women Against Human and Sex Trafficking. Her commitment to WAHTPhilly was to provide education and awareness around domestic violence, rape, sexual abuse, and sex and human trafficking at public events. We agreed that "Until females of all ages are taught how to prevent themselves from falling victim to these life-threatening egregious acts against them, we will continue to be victimized in huge numbers around the world.” This event will offer current information and resources on how to protect females from being a victim of violence, as well as offer confidence and self-esteem building techniques that are useful in daily life regardless of age. Click here to register for this FREE event. #womenagainsthumantraffic #WAHTPhilly #reneereynoldslawson #bevchandranshow #womenempowerment2022



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