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Aimee is an action- drama film depicting the horrific true events of child sex trafficking happening in the United States. Although it is based on factual information, the methods used by the rescuers in the film are not condoned by law. 

We have partnered up with NPO's across the nation to help us promote our film's important message and to help raise the awareness about child sex trafficking. Together with our affiliate organizations we aim to educate, inform, and bring to light this disgusting growing epidemic plaguing our country. 

Affiliated Organizations

For additional information on how to become educated and more informed on the issue of sex trafficking please visit the following websites:

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The Association for the Recovery of Children is a 501(c)(3) non-profit comprised of former intelligence, military and law enforcement personnel that rescue missing, abducted and trafficked American children being held in the US or overseas. 


ARC’s all-encompassing child recovery program comes at no cost to the custodial parents. We don't come home without the child.  


ARC adheres to applicable U.S. state and federal laws and collaborates with government agencies and departments as appropriate.



The mission of CeCe’s Hope Center (CHC) is improving the lives and future of 18-24 year old female victims of sexual abuse and exploitation by bridging the gap in available services and support.   

A primary focus is on woman who have aged out, or about to age out, of the foster care or justice system, or those recently rescued by law enforcement.

CeCe's Hope Center (CHC) care will center around call-lines, case management and mentorship.

As resources grow and delivery of services provide up-to-date insight into the greatest needs among those we aim to serve, CHC will expand its scope of programming to continually fill gaps.

To maximize success and make the most efficient use of scarce resources, CHC is committed to partnering and collaborating with community stakeholders to meet the needs of the population served.


Saving Innocence provides escape from trafficking for child victims of sex trafficking 24 hours a day – 7 days a week. Using a highly relational and collaborative approach, we give children on-the-ground help exclusively in the U.S. by utilizing strategic partnerships with law enforcement, social service providers and schools, while mobilizing communities to prevent abuse and increase neighborhood safety.

for child victims of sex trafficking.


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​“For the One. This is the jewel, the calling that dropped into the heart of this ministry at the beginning of our journey. Although it has had many meanings along the way, it continues to direct and refocus us on “The One” right in front of us. The number of sex trafficking victims is daunting, but there is a calm and groundedness in knowing we are all called to the one. It is the heartbeat of all that we do and all that we are.”

- Toya Kaplan (Founder)

In addition, one of our primary missions is to change the way the public views human trafficking victims. We push the reality of how human the victims are by asking you to imagine if it was your daughter, your son, your neighbor, your sister or your brother trapped in sex slavery. As our heart beats for the one, we promote a healthy dose of how human each victim really is, and how it could have been any one of us.



Fight To End Exploitation helps prevent conditions that foster human trafficking in southeastern Wisconsin through education, specialized training and outreach efforts.

Fight to End Exploitation (FEE) is a 501 (c)(3) organization and collaborative network that advocates for human trafficking victims and educates the community. Formerly known as Racine Coalition Against Human Trafficking, FEE is a recognized leader against human trafficking.



(Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice)

The AFRJ® (Alliance for Freedom, Restoration, and Justice) exists to end human trafficking and protect the vulnerable by mobilizing a global collaborative network to engage together.  The AFRJ is passionately committed to building solutions that will increase the impact of the entire movement.  Visit their site today to learn more about human trafficking and get equipped to join the fight.

If you'd like to become an affiliated partner with AIMEE, please email us at

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