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Delta has trained over 86 000 employees on spotting possible warning signs of human trafficking, and we are committed to identifying it and reporting it. Many trafficking victims report traveling at least once on a commercial airline while being exploited, so it is everyone’s duty to #GetOnBoard in helping those in harm's way.
One way SkyMiles members can help is by donating miles to Polaris, a nonprofit organization devoted to unmasking and eradicating human trafficking. Donated miles are used to provide flights and connect victims to critical care. Since our partnership started, millions of miles have been donated.
Donate miles through the Delta SkyWish Program to Polaris, which helps victims and survivors receive critical or legal care.
#GetOnBoard Campaign Against Trafficking
"For us, combating human trafficking is more than just a cause, it is a movement and a moral obligation as citizens of the world."
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian
Learn more about how to recognize the signs of human trafficking from Polaris, opens in a new window.
To request help or report suspected human trafficking, contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline, operated by Polaris, anonymously at 1-888-373-7888 or text HELP to "BeFree" (233733).
Delta Air Lines was recently honored by the United Nations Association of New York (UNA-NY) with the 2019 Humanitarian of the Year Award for its efforts to fight human trafficking at the annual United Nations Day gala at the JW Marriott in New York City.
"We are honored to be selected to serve on the Grace Commission, as supporting legislation that supports victims and survivors is key to our strategy to fight human trafficking," said Allison Ausband, S.V.P. – Inflight Services and head of Delta's Anti-Trafficking Steering Committee. "We look forward to sharing best practices of our work in the fight since 2011, and learn from other partners, ways Delta can continue to grow."