Tell America's top 100 retail brands to fight child labor

Who really makes the things you buy?

Child labor is often hidden — from consumers and even from brands themselves. From cotton to coffee beans, bracelets to bananas, children as young as five help make the stuff you buy and use every day.

Companies and industries have the power to change this.

Use this form to ask the top 100 U.S. retailers how they’re working to ensure their products are child labor-free — and urge them to be leaders in the fight to free every child. The more messages companies receive, the more they will feel consumer pressure to strengthen their policies and practices to protect children from child labor.

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Invite others to join you

Share the film on social media, host a screening in your community, or tell your friends to visit our website to take action.

Make a donation

The Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) is on the front lines of the fight to end child labor – from rescuing children from slavery to tackling the root causes of the problem. Donate to KSCF today so they can continue their life-saving work.

Shop smarter

Find out how child labor is hidden in the things you buy. Then use tools like GoodWeave and Fashion Revolution’s Fashion Transparency Index to make more child-friendly decisions.

Take the pledge

Join the 100 Million Campaign to ensure that all children are free, safe and educated. Take the pledge.