Win This Fight helps meet two of the greatest needs of the anti-trafficking community: we raise funds for other anti-trafficking organizations, and we help raise awareness.

Raising Cash

We expect to raise cash for other anti-trafficking organizations by enabling donors to convert high value tangible possessions into cash. The resulting cash goes to the anti-trafficking organization of the donor’s choice.

A major New York auction house has agreed, for the sake of combatting human trafficking, to an impressive reduction in their normal commission.

The anti-trafficking auction was initially scheduled for early 2021, but because of COVID-19, we’re delaying the auction until at least 2022.

Raising Awareness

We raise awareness through such activities as articles, podcasts, our Rosie the Liberator Campaign and a May 11, 2021 Fulbright Forum, initiated by Win This Fight, on preventing human trafficking by attacking the financial side of trafficking.

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To Stop Human Trafficking…

The Winner Is…
YOUR Favorite Anti-Human Trafficking Organization!

Donations and Auctions are the all-important necessity of any successful non-profit organization. However, we’ve switched the model, and everyone we meet is loving it!

Why are they loving it?

Let Us Count the Ways!

One… Two… Three…


Out with the old – in with the new –

And literally save the lives of forty-two…million!

You have the opportunity to give back without writing a check!

Oftentimes, we have jewelry, art, furniture, collections, cars or more that we no longer need or want, but we find it’s difficult to get full value.

When you donate it to Win This Fight for our Auctions, the true value it brings is saving lives from human trafficking.


YOU CHOOSE the Beneficiary!

Unique to auctions and events anywhere, Win This Fight wants you to choose your favorite anti-human trafficking organization to receive the sales proceeds. Select the organization which speaks to your heart. Pick from those who work in education, prevention, law enforcement, rescue, rehabilitation.

It’s Your Heart.

Your Choice.



Who doesn’t love a good write-off in these times? Win This Fight is a 501(c)3 organization and donations are tax deductible.

That’s right – we are all about the logistics, so rest assured, your valuables are valuable to us and will be treated with the utmost care by our partner auction house.

You LOVE This, Don’t You?
We Do, Too!
Choose the Best Fit for You!

Why are they loving it? Let Us Count the Ways! One… Two… Three…


The Founder’s Auction
Live in New York

The Founders’ Auction is aptly name for Win This Fight’s Founder, Mitzi Perdue who learned about this horrendous scourge on human life at a conference on April 11, 2019. Since that day, Mitzi devotes her time to raise funds to benefit the organizations who spend every day to save lives through their courageous programs.

The Founder’s Auction is accepting your donations valued at $750,000 or more for this exquisite event.


The Champion’s Auction
2020 and 2021

Every single person who fights human trafficking is a CHAMPION! Every single step, every single penny and every single effort we take matters! And it will take every one of us to work together to Fight Human Trafficking…

The Champion’s Auction is accepting your donations valued at $1,500 to $749,000 for this champion event.


Our Fighters

Love the cause? Contribute to Win This Fight to keep the GOOD fight alive!

Every penny counts when you make a tax-deductible donation to Win This Fight…


Save lives and bring freedoms to 42,000,000+ trafficked humans all over the world.

Why are they loving it? Let Us Count the Ways! One… Two… Three…

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Mitzi Perdue
Mitzi Perdue
Founder & Chairman

“When I learned of the horrors of human trafficking, I knew I had to help. I also knew I couldn’t take contributions away from charities that were counting on me. I found a new way to make a difference. By donating valuable items for auction, you can make an incredible impact without even writing a check.”


The Anti-Trafficking World’s “Leverage Man”

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) include ending modern slavery and human trafficking by 2030. It’s a daunting challenge, but Tom Hall, Head of Global Philanthropy for the financial institution UBS, has some compelling ideas on how to achieve it.

A Street-Level View of Human Trafficking

* Women rescued from trafficking are too often returning to “the life.”
* High-frequency buyers may be incarcerated, but too often, when they get out, they go right back to doing it again.
* Traffickers were often themselves abused as children.

Global Anti-Trafficking: become part of the movement

The problem of human trafficking is big and consequential. Whether you’re reporting on it or are inspired to get involved.

Stopping Human Trafficking: Why So Little Progress?

* Ending human trafficking can’t happen when addressing only individual parts of the problem.
* Well-established tools and techniques exist for combatting human trafficking on a systems level.
* The agriculture industry, with thin profit margins, relies on human trafficking.

How law enforcement can combat the sex trafficking trade

Trafficked individuals can prove to be a great resource if handled kindly and with finesse.

Billboards: They’re More than Just Part of the Landscape

Monica McGrail is the Marketing Manager for Keystone Outdoor Advertising, and she as she points out, “The unconscious mind can process 11 million pieces of information per second, and most of the time you don’t know you’re doing it.”

Restoration after Being Trafficked

Almost daily, Alicia Corrado confronts a great mystery. She’s the Executive Director of the North Star Initiative, an organization helping survivors of sex trafficking. The mystery is, how can survivors of sex trafficking be so unimaginably resilient?

Is Human Trafficking Worse Because of COVID-19?

* The risk factors for human trafficking have increased since COVID-19.
* More people online, more labor traffickers exploiting the need for PPE, more lost jobs all mean additional people for traffickers to prey on.

Transgender Trafficking Survivors Face a Hard Road Back

* Homelessness and joblessness make transgender individuals particularly vulnerable to human traffickers.
* If a transgender person is incarcerated, possibly for commercial sale of sex, the prison experience is likely to be exceptionally nightmarish.

Make Foster Care Rare and Brief

* Children in foster care are at increased risk for trafficking.
* Removing a child from his or her parents can be a balancing act between dangers at home and possible danger of trafficking.
* In some cases, the trauma of removal can be as devastating as the crisis that led to the removal.


Auctions for Good


Donate items to our auctions!
The sales proceeds of your art, jewelry, furniture, trips, and more saves lives when it is distributed to your favorite anti-human trafficking charity.

Actions for Good


Make a difference when you share your talent or time and join forces with hundreds of volunteers from all over the world to fight against and help end modern slavery.

Gifts for Good


Your monetary donation increases awareness of efforts and initiatives to stop human trafficking.

Thank You
To Our Champion Alliances…

Our Sponsors

Lowenstein Law

Our Partners

Tall Grass PR
C-Suite Network

*Approximately 5% of all sales proceeds will be distributed to Win This Fight for administrative and operations costs.