Our Work with Anti-Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is a multibillion-dollar international industry. It is estimated that 18,000 – 20,000 victims are trafficked into the United States every year. Children and women are the most vulnerable, more than 300,000 young people in the US are considered “at risk” of sexual exploitation.
It impacts millions of people here in the United States and in many states generates an underground economy of close to $300 million per year. Thousands of children are sold online each month. E3 Ranch Foundation works to bring awareness, prevent, and provide after-care to human trafficked victims.
We partner with local law enforcement departments in the communities to help educate and train first responders so they can better identify victims and safely run rescue missions.
Additionally, Adam dedicates much of his personal time to advocating for victims of human trafficking. He volunteers with non-governmental organizations that assist victims of sex and human trafficking.
Adam is a Task Force Officer (TFO) with Homeland Security Investigations and a Deputy Sheriff with the Bourbon County, Kansas Sheriff’s Office. As TFO, he serves on the HSI Kansas City-led Heartland Anti-trafficking & Rescue Taskforce (HART).
Estimated Victims are Trafficked in the US every year
Young people in the US are considered "at risk"
"Since 2017, my wife Jennifer and I have been blessed to use E3 Ranch & Co. to help fund the E3 Ranch Foundation in a grassroots effort to help those with the greatest needs. I want to thank you for considering the E3 Ranch Foundation."
- Adam LaRoche, Founder of The E3 Foundation