Every day, many men, women, and children find themselves being lured into human trafficking. Some find their way home, but most (98-99%) do not. Chains Interrupted is dedicated to providing resources for survivors and educating our communities, friends, and family about the dangers of human trafficking – and its very real presence in Iowa. From donations in-kind to volunteering, your generosity helps Chains Interrupted provide resources for victims to get out of the life, and assist survivors of human trafficking to thrive.
Donations & Gifts
No matter how big or small, monetary donations help support our mission, purchase supplies for our survivor support group, and continue providing programs and services to organizations around Eastern Iowa. We welcome donations via Venmo (@ChainsInterrupted), Amazon Smile, Stuff Etc. Cedar Rapids, and Elegant Repeats and through our “Handbags of Hope” sale, where we sell gently used, high-brand purses from donors who want to help support our mission. Learn more about ways to donate monetarily to Chains Interrupted.
Check out our newest design in the CauseTeam online store. You may purchase any products, including CauseTeam merchandise, on the CauseTeam site, and 40% is donated to Chains Interrupted!
Shop Our Online Store
In the market for a new t-shirt or tote? Check out the Chains Interrupted store. You can order a t-shirt, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting our mission. Or, if you’re looking for a tote to carry your everyday haul, check out our new totes! Check out our store page to see what’s available now.
Handbags of Hope Donations
Did you find a gently used purse in your latest closet clean-out? Year-round, you can donate a purse you no longer use for Chains Interrupted to sell at our Handbags of Hope event. Contact us to offer your donation. Inspired by a survivor, our “Handbags of Hope,” event sells these bags with 100% of the profits benefiting our Survivor Support programs. From groceries and gas cards to everyday toiletries and clothing, we provide survivors what they need to help them get back on their feet.