Not For Sale

Started in 2007, Not For Sale fights modern-day slavery using business creation, supply chain evaluation and aftercare aid around the globe. By creating enterprises for vulnerable communities, offering social services to survivors and those at risk to human trafficking, and evaluating the use of forced labor in mainstream supply chains, Not For Sale works to make sure no one is for sale.


  • INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS – Provide safety and stability services to survivors while targeting the root causes of exploitation by providing skills training, education, and job opportunities
  • SOCIAL ENTERPRISES – Creating mass- market product opportunities to generate jobs and provide skills training for at-risk individuals and survivors in need of sustainable income
  • SUPPLY CHAIN EVALUATION – Assess the role of manufacturers in the global rise of forced-labor, offer resources to companies looking to improve their supply chains, and inform consumer of the social impact behind their purchases by publishing easily-accessible information


  • Implemented early-stage research and development that supported the incubation of six social enterprises now employing survivors or generating other positive social impact–affecting tens of thousands of people
  • Provided valuable IP for social enterprises to scale
  • In 2013, 4,500 services were provided to 2,060 high-risk and survivors
  • Developed a supply chain grading metric that produced ratings on over 550 global brands, representing tens of thousands of products