Tax Deductible Donations for Our Fiscally Sponsored Films


By donating you will help us complete the feature documentary, and in doing so, shedding light on the survivors’ stories and non-profit organizations that we have partnered with. Your support is the difference and the impact needed to defend and protect innocent children and women all around the world.
Together we can raise awareness of this horrific worldwide industry and the non-profit organizations, crisis intervention teams, committed law enforcement and dedicated citizens fighting to eradicate global sex trafficking. 
The 26 Seconds feature documentary will change the world as I am committed to bringing awareness in front of those on Capitol Hill at state and federal levels who can bring about necessary changes to legislation to protect victims and survivors from the sex trade. 


Through a captivating journey across the world 26 Seconds reveals the ubiquity of the problem and the gravity of the damage sustained by this evil, destructive trade. In intimate interviews, the audience gets a raw, often shocking glimpse into the lives of children and women in various cultures and regions. The interviews include vivid details of how each victim was captured or lured into the sex trade, the horrors of their captivity, and the commitment of each individual, non-profit organization, crisis intervention team, and law enforcement in the fight to eradicate global sex trafficking. The 26 Seconds Feature Documentary exposes the underage sex slave industry from Asia to Africa, and right her in our own backyards in the United States. 

26 Seconds sheds light on the nonprofit organizations, churches, and government agencies who are actively working to abolish this horrific practice. These organizations, among others, save victims from the debilitating effects of human trafficking.  The documentary chronicles the efforts of our experts and their teams to rescue victims from this modern-day slavery and explores the major players perpetuating the sex trade, the living conditions of the enslaved, at whose hands children face the most abuse, and the major obstacles our experts face in extricating victims from this bondage. 

Human trafficking is the fastest-growing illegal industry in the world. There are more slaves today than any time in history. Help us to defend vulnerable children and women around the world. Some are coerced, manipulated or kidnapped. Others are forced into it by close associates, like relatives, friends, boyfriends, and tragically, sometimes even by their own parents who become their traffickers. While there can be complex cultural and economic motivations at play, the sex trade is predicted on one undeniable reality. Every day around the world, countless boys and girls are bought and raped by grown men. The economic benefits of selling sex are irrefutable. Unlike drugs or weapons, children and women can be sold over and over again. 

26 Seconds Documentary Short, below for your review: 

“Film is my commitment to creating work that matters in our world. I wanted to film a documentary on global sex trafficking because it is a fast-growing horrific industry that tragically affects every child and woman worldwide. We can either do something or nothing. I simply chose to do something with the resources and creative talent that I possess and have access to as a professor in film. As a filmmaker, my intention is to tell the story. It was not possible to tell the story about human trafficking unless I visited the countries, met the victims face-to-face that were trapped in the sex trade – the pimps and madams that sell them, and the johns who buy them – but the true heroes are the non-profit organizations that rescue, restore, and reintegrate these innocent children. Creating awareness is not enough, but rather a call to action is ALL of our responsibility. It will not only take an army of heroes but also a village of ordinary people like you and me.”

Kelly Galindo, award-winning director, writer, and producer of 26 Seconds, has won multiple prestigious awards.  26 Seconds is a three-stage project that reveals the pandemic of child sex trafficking. The first stage was the documentary short; the second stage will be a feature documentary including all 9 countries that we filmed, from Asia to Africa; and the third stage will be a dramatic doc-series highlighting the survivors’ stories.

The 26 Seconds team is currently editing the feature documentary with three-time Emmy Award-winner Mark Wilcken as lead editor. The production will make a strong push for top-tier film festivals and create a robust PR campaign for the Academy Awards. Sid Ganis, the supervising producer for 26 Seconds, was the past president of the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts, and Sciences; he also served as chairman of the Academy’s International Outreach Committee until 2017. Ganis also worked on the board of directors at Marvel Entertainment until its sale to Disney. Ganis’s film career in marketing and publicity includes working at 20th Century Fox, Lucasfilm, Columbia Pictures, Warner Brothers, and Paramount Pictures.

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Become more informed and learn about the non-profit organizations that are dedicated to rescue, restoration, and reintegration and what to look for and what you can do to get involved to make a difference.

Click on the following drop-down tabs to view a few examples:  

Ex-Navy Seals Rescue Runaway Teens from Sex Trafficking


Global Sex Trafficking in the USA


Sex Trafficking Prevention with Albert & Deidre Pujols

Sex Trafficking Survivor Offers Hope


Sex Traffic Survivor Story Near Disneyland

Sex Trafficking at the SuperBowl


Sex Trafficking Survivor in LA

Human Trafficking in the Air

Sex Trafficking in Orange County

Sex Trafficking in Las Vegas Hookers For Jesus


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Please send names of good organization that help these kids so I can join yhem

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$110.00 July 7, 2021

May this be multiplied a thousand times over. Thank you for making this
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May this be multiplied a thousand times over. Thank you for making this
documentary. Gods going to bring it to completion at just the right moment!!!

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Lynne Fegley

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I taught Sunday School for over 30 years. We love children and want to see them knowing and loving the Lord Jesus.

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Wassim Ulabd ulmajeed

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Hello My Professor hope you are doing great
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Hello My Professor hope you are doing great
As you are always an amazing artist and teacher and great human beings and a gorgeous smart caring woman .
This is me your student Wassim the one that gave him a push to keep going as an artist an actor and a man, once you told me (when we finished the master shots In Dubai where the first time I saw you ) that i have the talent and the skills for acting and you put me in the right direction in the way that you teach me and you open my energy to dream big
As your energy always.
This is my 4th year in l.A full of great stories
I thought to give back just a little to your project which is should be everybody project
Case it’s has one of the most human beings
Tragedies we facing every day .
It’s a short box to write what I want to write for you case I admire and respect you and you are my mentor I don’t know how I can contact you and I hope I ll do soon if you have time for me .
I am a syria asylum seeker here in l.a
One of my dreams now to meet up again .
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