"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing"
                                                                                                                     Sir Edmund Burke

An Anti Human Trafficking Organization


Our purpose is to support the City of El Paso, other communities, both local and global, to educate and to combat Human Trafficking in all it's forms, and work towards broadening the awareness of all the issues involved. We are tireless in our efforts to prevent the enslavement of human beings and help those in need.

Our non-profit organization serves all victims, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual preference and religion. We do not discriminate. We merely support our fellow citizens, and serve as a PATH from the dark into the light for victims.

Our three main goals are: 1) Educate the world about the epidemic proportions on incidents of human trafficking;  2) Actively assist victims by identifying the conditions where victims can exist; and 3) Develop public awareness campaigns and videos to spread information about human trafficking.


Currently we have started our "I'm Not Going to Take It" Campaign made possible by the generous

permission given to us by Dee Snider, of the rock group Twisted Sister, to use his version of the song 

of the same name.

Through this collaboration we have and are developing informational awareness videos to educate the 

public concerning the various forms of human trafficking.

We operate an outreach program to other human trafficking organizations around the world

providing, information and resources to help fight human trafficking and provide needed services to victims.



P.A.T.H Now Global was founded on the notion that all persons have a right to determine their own lives. Our Founder While serving in Iraq and Europe, witnessed the issues of human trafficking first-hand and is making the commitment to improve laws, challenge traffickers and to provide support to victims and organizations, and attempt to give them and their families a safe and normal life once more.