Slavery exists here, but we can do something about it:
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One of the greatest ways that human trafficking can be prevented among children is by foster children receiving love and support. A large percent of sex trafficking victims are/were foster care children.
City Without Orphans’ vision is “to pray and labor towards a day where there will be no more temporary orphans in Fresno. No more children waiting to be placed in a foster home or waiting to be adopted. Instead, every child who has been abused, abandoned or neglected will have a willing family waiting to give them the love and healthy home they deserve. Then Fresno will truly be a “city on a hill that cannot be hidden,” giving light and hope to the rest of the world.”
There will also be an art exhibit by foster kids through Heart Gallery, this Thursday, February 2, at at the Downtown Community Arts Collective located at 754 P. Street Fresno, Ca 93721. Come and see pictures of real children in Fresno County needing loving homes! Snacks will be provided.
On Saturday, Jan. 15, there will be a training for those interested in helping gets signatures for the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act. The training will be at 11:00 a.m. at the Revue, 620 E Olive Ave.(hey training AND you can buy a delicious beverage)
Help get signatures to put an initiative on the ballot that will help fight human trafficking in California.
Slated for the November 2012 California Ballot, the California Against Sexual Exploitation Act will deter traffickers with higher penalties and fines, use fines to fund victim services, remove barriers to prosecute child sex traffickers, mandate training for law enforcement officers, require convicted sex traffickers to register as sex offenders, require all sex offenders to disclose Internet accounts, and protect victims in court proceedings.
Join the team of dedicated volunteers across California to gather signatures for this monumental initiative between now and April 2012. We need all the help we can get to gather signatures.
This training will give all the information about the initiative and how to get signatures.
The Freedom Week team will need volunteers to get signatures at the Freedom Week events and welcome volunteers to join on.
For more information, go to caseact.org
We are pleased to introduce to you MadeForThem.
Their mission is to combat human trafficking and promote social justice and human rights through design, fashion, and the arts.
MadeForThem fund-raises through the vehicles of design, fashion, and the arts to raise awareness about human trafficking. Resources are directed to support committed organizations who are making a significant difference in these areas on local, state, national and international organizations.
To get their organization up and running, they are having a fundraiser to build up MadeForThem.
Reserve your tickets and then come, learn more, and enjoy great music!
Visit them at madeforthem.org