To provide you with all the information you need, we’ve compiled a list of the most common questions we receive regarding volunteering or otherwise contributing to The Asservo Project. Please explore our FAQs below.
Have a question that isn’t addressed here? Please contact us and we’ll respond as soon as possible.
I’m interested in volunteering. How do I get started?
First, explore our online materials to gain a greater understanding of the work that we do. If you’re interested in joining the fight, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Rachael Syska, email@example.com to begin the volunteer application process.
My organization is interested in a partnership. Who do we reach out to?
Thank you for your interest! Please contact our team directly about your interest in partnering at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to host an event, where can I sign up?
Check out our Events page where you can find information regarding the different kinds of events hosted every year. There is a form that you may fill out to submit your event idea to our team.
Is the Asservo Hotline safe?
Yes. Due to the nature of our hotline, all calls are secure and confidential.
Where can I find resources to share with my friends, family, and/or work?
Our team provides news updates, a lively Podcast, and other important resources to the public. Learn more here.
How do I spot human trafficking?
Things that just don’t look right such as a girl not being able to speak for herself and has someone usually older speaking for her. Submissive demeanor and possible signs of physical and emotional abuse. Signs of someone not having free will.
What does The Asservo Project do and where are we based?
We are based outside of Pittsburgh, but we work nationally and internationally as well. The Asservo Project partners with law enforcement to help identify individuals participating in trafficking and provide the information so arrests can be made. We track traffickers in the deepest parts of the internet using our cyber analysts. We partner with other local organizations to aid in the recovery of rescued victims.
Why don't more people know about human trafficking?
More people don’t know about human trafficking because most people think it only happens over seas so they don’t educate themselves on it. It’s also a huge enterprise where people in all walks of life are involved from someone you may sit next to at church all the way up into all levels of government. It’s also not largely reported on in the media.
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