The vision for Sold No More began more than twenty six years ago when our Founder and Director, Jerry Peyton, experienced the devastation of sex trafficking in his own family. In order to address the growing problem of trafficking in our community, Sold No More was launched three years ago and originally called Streetlight Tucson. Working with local churches, like-minded organizations and individuals, our mission is to end sex trafficking in Tucson and provide a hopeful solution to this problem through a three-fold strategy: prevention/awareness, enforcement/prosecution, and protection/restoration.
Read more about our strategy HERE.
While Sold No More eagerly partners with those who do not share our spiritual convictions, we are a ministry motive by the love of Christ. God's heart for those being exploited and oppressed, particularly children, is clear in Psalm 10:18, “Doing justice for the fatherless and the oppressed, so that the men of the earth may terrify them no more.” We believe God is working to see people set free and restored from exploitation and it is our hope to join Him in His work.
Our Core Values
Sold No More partners with leaders, churches, organizations, and governmental agencies sharing our mission and core values:
The eradication of human trafficking—especially sex trafficking.
Unity: broad collaboration and cooperation with other organizations
Integrity: in the lives of leaders and in organizational operations and reporting
Strategic importance: focused on critical needs and timely issues
Solid research & development: analysis of local, national, and international sex trafficking activities along with active and proposed solutions
Humility: seeking the assistance of others and not being concerned about who gets the credit. While we believe that our mission is dear to the heart of God and critical at this point in history, it is not “more important” than other callings or missions.
Respect: dealing with differences in a respectful manner, not attacking or accusing others, not publicly criticizing others but dealing with disagreements privately