After nearly 100 days without any in-person events, we returned in June with two outdoor events aimed at preventing human trafficking! In every possible way, we worked to keep these gatherings socially distant and safe for all as we responded with a prayer walk in Downtown Fresno and the Poster Project (sharing posters, educational resources and emergency backpacks throughout the city).

Gathering to pray on June 23, 2020

As a Coalition, we sensed God moving among us at these events. We prayed for healing in our city, state and country in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic and nationwide calls for racial equality. Following the events, we got to hear inspiring stories of how a simple backpack or cold bottle of water made someone’s day.

Distributing posters to businesses and public areas on June 20, 2020

Thanks to all who joined us! Stay tuned for more ways you can join us in-person on our mission to prevent human trafficking and exploitation. In the meantime, sign up for one of our online classes, donate to our work, or share our content on social media!

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Technology plays an essential role in our work to prevent human trafficking. In our fast-paced culture, we are tasked with keeping up with today’s youth in communication and with presenting our message in the best possible context.

So it is with deep gratitude that we thank the Fresno Rotary for a generous donation that allowed us to purchase a brand new laptop and tablet to use for our programs and outreach!

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At the Justice Coalition, we are building for a sustainable future. Our bold vision includes a Central Valley where arrests, rescue, and recovery are not necessary because our area has successfully prevented people from being exploited and enslaved.

Thank you, Fresno Rotary for your generosity and forward thinking!