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What We Do


We aim to rescue the mind, not just the physical aspects of freedom.  Our focus is on bringing solutions that help people understand that need for mental health advocacy to help put an end modern day slavery.


We fun-raise and host parties that engage the community and organizations to bring awareness about  human exploitation.


We look to collectively use our talents, resources, time and giftings to help support our effort to show love and rescue others.

Check out highlights from our first Rescue Party Give event!



Enter to Win!

For every $100 donated, you will be entered into a drawing to win a two night stay at a select Preferred Hotel. Winner to be announced on January 2020 in recognition of Human Trafficking Awareness month. Other partners are being solicited and will be announced here.

Rescue Party Give is not your typical non-profit fighting human trafficking. We are not trained social workers, we do not know law enforcement and we are not rule makers. Our strength comes from our business acumen. We understand the corporate world. Our goal is to collaborate with corporations, government, law enforcement, church, state and local governments.

Together we can make a difference. We have a few wild ideas to put an end to modern day slavery. We need celebrities, government officials, corporations, churches, university environments to come together and help us create a world where Butterflies are free to fly.

McConaughey and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton deliver a message on how to combat human trafficking in Texas. This piece was filmed and edited by students from the Moody College of Communication Department of Radio-Television-Film at UT Austin.

To see missing kids from your area, go to and help bring them home. 25 years ago, Soul Asylum's "Runaway Train" music video featured images of missing children, and helped recover 21 of them.

Filmmaker Jaco Booyens sits down with 'Life, Liberty and Levin' to discuss his fight for America's children.

Filmmaker Jaco Booyens sits down with 'Life, Liberty and Levin' to discuss his fight for America's children.