Associations activate their members to expand human trafficking awareness.

Associations are critical bodies in leading strategic initiatives within the public and private spheres. They bring together multiple companies, entities and organizations engaged in the same or similar business model, face the same challenges and are united by their commonalities.

As associations leverage their members’ cumulative size and expertise for the greater good of the membership, they lead efforts to maximize the positive contributions their members – and industries as a whole – can have on issues of critical importance. To these ends, the goals of various associations align closely with TAT’s mission to educate, equip, empower and mobilize key industries and agencies to combat human trafficking.


state trucking associations partner with TAT.


provincial trucking associations partner with TAT.

TAT partners with associations at a national, regional, state and provincial level to educate their members on how they can make a difference in the fight to end human trafficking.

Encourage your members to partner with TAT.

To make your members aware of TAT, invite us to speak at your conferences or via webinars, feature articles on human trafficking awareness in your publications or promote TAT on your social media.

TAT shares its industry-specific training resources free of charge.

Embed anti-trafficking initiatives in your association’s programming.

To ensure your anti-trafficking activities are sustainable, TAT encourages associations to make formal long-term commitments to ongoing initiatives. Examples include annual campaigns, featuring human trafficking sessions at all conferences, adding information about TAT to new member packets or as part of conference materials, etc.

Invite TAT to consult on federal grant opportunities.

When opportunities for federal funding arise, such as through the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA), TAT will provide anti-trafficking-related consultation to your association free of charge so that you can maximize the impact of your project. Rather than recreating resources, TAT encourages associations to use our training materials and, in select cases, will welcome requests for co-branding.

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Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance receiving TAT Champion Award from Kylla Lanier

TAT in Action

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) improves commercial motor vehicle safety and enforcement throughout North America. In partnership with TAT, CVSA established its Human Trafficking Prevention Program and its Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative (HTAI) in 2022. HTAI’s five-day event is held in conjunction with existing national human trafficking awareness days in Canada, Mexico and the United States. In 2023, 45 jurisdictions took part, with participation from 3,020 law enforcement officers.

Additionally, through a grant from the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA), CVSA worked with TAT and CBS to create public service announcements (PSA) and a five-minute video to educate drivers and the public about human trafficking. The PSAs aired on Pluto TV, Paramount+ and local streaming service EYEQ Local from December 2023 to March 2024. In 2022, TAT awarded CVSA with the TAT Champion Award in the Association Category.

Get your association involved today!

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