Run4one is an annual family walk/run that raises funds for the rescue and rehabilitation of human trafficking victims.


Run to stop human trafficking in

@ Lake Hollingsworth
Florida Southern Pavilion

      111 Lake Hollingsworth Dr. Lakeland, FL 33801
  February 16th, 2019      8:00am

Mission Minded…

Our life’s work is to continue the fight against human trafficking while increasing awareness and funding to support deserving organizations that are effectively impacting lives on a local and global level.

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Who Benefits…

Each year, we select a local and an international organization as the beneficiaries of the run’s proceeds. Both organizations focus on prevention education, rescue, restoration, lobbying, and policy reform.

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Humble Beginnings…

Originally founded in 2011 by a local pastor’s who is now serving on the mission field overseas, it was resumed in 2014 by two mutual friends who both shared a burdened to do their part in the fight against human trafficking.

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The average age of a victim is 12 years old.

Girls as young as 6 years old can be sold 15-30 times a day.


The slave trade profits $32 billion annually and is the 2nd most profitable and the fastest growing criminal industry, ever.


Over 27 million men, women, and children are exploited for manual and sexual labor with 2 million victims in the U.S. alone.

2019 Beneficiaries

Each year run4one selects a local and international anti-human trafficking organization to receive the proceeds from the event.  We proudly partner with the incredible organizations below.

Local Beneficiary


One More Child, a division of The Florida Baptist Children's Home, is the first safe house for underaged sex trafficked girls in Polk County, Florida. One More Child provides rehabilitation for girls who have been victims of human trafficking, but also work in education, prevention, and law reform.

Global Beneficiary


Freeing Individuals from the Grasp of Human Trafficking is located in the Dominican Republic builds safe houses for rescued victims and works in the areas of awareness, prevention, and rehabilitation.