Since its inception, 18for18 Project Rescue has raised over $400,000 and reached over 81 million with ourĀ anti sex trafficking awareness campaign. We recruit our friends and influencers to face their fears for one day by jumping out of a plane to represent the estimated 1.2M women and children that will be sold into sex trafficking this year alone, who have to face their fears everyday.

Past events


  • Girls as young as 2 years old can be sold for as little as $50 and can be forced to serviceĀ up to 25-30 clients a day.
  • The average age of the girls sold is 13, and in some countries she may only have a life expectancy of 3 years.
  • Profits for sex slavery exceed 9.5 billion dollars per year.
  • The average cost of a human slave today is almost 45 times LESS than a slave in 1809.
  • 20% of human sex trafficking consists of children.

What a Dollar can do?

  • $1 a day can provide additional nutrition for a sex trafficking survivor with HIV or AIDS.
  • $10 can provide a month of medicine for an infant below the age of 2 years.
  • $25 can provide food and accommodation for a week for a victim of human trafficking with HIV or AIDS.
  • $150 is enough to cover all the expenses for an outreach team to get to a survivor of human trafficking plus hygiene materials for a month.
  • $50,000 which can cover an entire year of rescues for one organisation.

Foundations supported

Led by Urmi Basu, New light was created for the protection and education of victims of trafficking, women in prostitution, and children rescued from the red light areas. Also New Light is creating safe havens, education, and a loving environment for the children of sex workers, breaking the chain and giving these children a future .

Works to care for and secure the rights of those victimized by human trafficking and sex slavery, and to successfully rehabilitate and reintegrate survivors into mainstream society through financial independence in a sustainable and innovative manner.

Through the empowerment of education, Girl2B Foundation works to give every young girl a chance to reach her full potential, freeing her from the unfair cycle of poverty, and making her an agent of change.

Previous jumpers

Shay Mitchell, Yara Martinez, Val Lauren, Big Time Rush, Anna-Lynne McCord, Aya Cash, Kether Donohue, Jimmi Simpson, Connor Paolo, Cassie Scerbo, Hill Harper, Stephen Bishop, Harley Webb, Josh Henderson, Quddus, Alexa Varga, Colin Ferguson, Peter Kim, Haley Webb, Chloe Flower, Matthew Paetz, Tiffany Brouwer, Oliver Trevena, Spencer Falls, Rene Olstead, and many more.


Picked up in People Magazine, US Weekly, Santa Barbara Magazine, OK! Magazine, MTV act,,, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Young Hollywood, Pop Sugar, PeopleStyleWatch,,,,,,, Malaysia Tatler, STYLE Malaysia, Emmy Magazine, Zooey Magazine,, Regard Magazine, Modern Luxury Hawaii and many more.