Together, we possess the ability to break the cycle!
 
District 5340's dedicated Anti-Human Trafficking task force proudly launches a series of initiatives that are designed to increase the awareness of San Diego County's human sex trafficking scourge and generate measures to help prevent individuals -- primarily young people -- from becoming victims.
 
A 2016 Point Loma Nazarene University study estimates that between 3,000 and 6,000 human sex trafficking victims live amongst us in San Diego County. Approximately 80 percent of those exploited hold U.S. citizenship and average 16 years of age. Exploiters begin to groom their victims as early as the fifth grade, through online and in-person methods, and generate $800 million in illicit income in the region.
 
Our efforts will make an impact, but only through your help! Visit this page for upcoming volunteer projects and prevention initiatives with public school districts. 
 
In the meantime, take time to view one or more of our educational workshop series to understand the elements of human sex trafficking in San Diego County and what you can do to keep your eyes and ears open.
 
Together, we can end this!
 
What is Human Sex Trafficking in San Diego
 
Human Trafficking - A Survivor's Perspective
 
The Legal Challenges Human Trafficking Survivors Face
 
Contribute to local causes - Get a Ring Thing!
 
Kim Schafer, Past President of the La Jolla Golden Triangle Rotary Club and District 5340 AHT Steering Committee Member is donating 10% of each sale of her Ring Thing products to local human trafficking efforts. We're honored for her generosity. 
 
Ring Thing - keep your rings safe, nearby and avoid loss!
Use the Ring Thing at the gym, salon, golf course, while traveling or at home. The Ring Thing will give you peace of mind knowing your treasured rings are protected and close to you. And it makes a perfect gift!

Currently available in Royal Blue, Deep Plum, and Black Onyx. Made in the USA.

The patented Ring Thing is the premier product of BringThings, Inc., a woman-owned company dedicated to stylish, functional products. Our founding principles include social responsibility, honesty, innovation, using recycled materials whenever possible, and having a lot of fun along the way. We create products we love and hope will be of benefit to others.

A portion of the sale of each Ring Thing will be donated to nonprofits working to stop human trafficking. Our goal is to contribute to individual well-being through our products, and to our collective well-being by giving back.

Proudly protected by U.S. Patent Nos. 10,729,216 and D865,362.