With a new season, there's always change! Check out this month's snapshot complete with new referrals, new apartments, and new journeys of restoration
Updates on volunteer training with the Junior League of Nashville, revamped Be the Jam program, our time at the DCS 2016 Annual Foster Parent Conference, St Thomas Day of Hope, Health, and Healing, and the Ride for Refuge!
End Slavery Tennessee Presents Award, Announces Future New Home
State Senator Bill Ketron received the 2016 Human Trafficking Impact Award in recognition of his work in protecting the children of Tennessee. The award was presented by End Slavery Tennessee (ESTN) at its annual luncheon today, attended by more than 850 people at Music City Center.
Summer is winding down, but our volunteers never stop! Between yoga fundraising events, The Women of AT&T, baby gifts galore, and our mentoring program we have been busy.
Fallen is the true story of Annie Lobert, who in an attempt to free herself from an abusive home life ended up as an escort in Las Vegas.
End Slavery Tennessee is a 'single point of contact'. What does that mean? Read more to find out about all four of the 'single points of contact' in Tennessee for human trafficking survivors.
This read portrays stories from survivors who came from darkness to open our eyes to the treacherous practice of human slavery in our world today.
Summer has officially begun at End Slavery Tennessee! Presentations for Center for Student Missions, US Army, and the rebirth of the #ESTN15 exercise campaign. Read more here.