Our volunteer groups are using the summer to its fullest potential with plans for car washes, community awareness booths, Ride for Refuge preparations, and plenty more!
In her final article, Karen Karpinski addresses the great success of the ESTN education team both this past month and over the past several years.
We work with some incredible women and young girls each day and are inspired by their stories and perseverance each and every day. There are good days and bad days for all but we hope you will see each story as continuous progress on their road to recovery...
It’s been a few weeks since our last office update…mainly because we have just been so busy. Here are a few of our highlights:
New survivors join our safe house family, an emergency referral gets rescued, inspiring survivor is ready to let her voice and story be told and much more...
A documentary film bringing home the realization of the wide spread unspeakable violence in which millions of the children in our world are trapped, Not My Life is the first film to depict the cruel and dehumanizing practices of human trafficking and modern slavery on a global scale.
An opinion piece by our Director of Education, Karen Karpinski, based on her research and expertise.
A survivor's first trip to the zoo, three survivors move into the safe house, a special lunch surprise, struggles with addiction, a reason to celebrate, and two new survivors...Read more updates about some of our survivors!
Summer fundraising, early starts on Ride for Refuge planning, film screening, door hanging event, and volunteers get their creative juices flowing...Read more about the activity of our volunteer groups!
Few crimes are more repugnant than child trafficking, and few crimes are more challenging for communities to recognize and address. But for educators, school counselors and administrators, the reality of these crimes and their impact on our children should be a call to action....