Helping young victims of Sexual Slavery. Also seeking help to fund a Courage House for girls. 3031 Stanford Ranch Rd, Suite 2, #339, Rocklin, CA 95765. Call us: 916.517.1616. Visit us at: http://courageworldwide.org/
Have you heard about the Grace City App? Here is a simple App/video about it you can check out to see an incredible tool developed here in California! https://vimeo.com/109673443 It has many resources to help identify and HELP Human trafficking victims.
Addressing Human Trafficking in the Bay Area. The Ruby Award was named after Ruby Jacques who is an abolitionist in the Bay Area that took up the cause of human trafficking and brought it to the church and beyond in the Bay Area. firstname.lastname@example.org
Trafficking Survivor Shares Her Story to Help Others
“Chosen,” a 20-minute film, tells the shocking true story of two “all-American” teenage girls deceived into trafficking. Eighteen-year-old Brianna was an honor-roll student and cheerleader and worked at a local café. Thirteen-year-old Lacy was an active member of her youth group, and a volunteer in her community.
Both were manipulated. Both were exploited. Both were chosen.
Because sex trafficking is an issue rarely discussed at home, in school, or in church, parents and children are unaware of the dangers that face America’s youth. Shared Hope International is reaching out with the truth — to equip and protect kids from being “Chosen.”