STOP THE TRAFFICK
Addressing human trafficking in our local communities & beyond
MARCH 4, 2023 | 9AM TO NOON CT
HUMAN TRAFFICKING EXISTS
SEX TRAFFICKING Victims are manipulated of forced against their will to engage in sex acts for money.
FORCED LABOR Victims are made to work for little or no pay. Very often, they are forced to manufacture or grow products that we use and consume everyday.
DOMESTIC SERVITUDE Victims are hidden in plain sight, forced to work in homes across the United States as nannies, maids or domestic help.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE
No matter age, race, gender identity, sex, ethnicity, nationality, immigration status or socioeconomic class
HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE
The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a 24/7, confidential, multilingual hotline for victims, survivors, and witnesses of human trafficking. The hotline can be reached:
recommended but not required
DONORS, SPONSORS & CONTRIBUTORS
We offer our gratitude for the following people and organizations who have offered donations, sponsorships and in someway contributed to this important event:
Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Marianna
Leanne Beaumont and family
Paul Donofro, Jr.
Ed and Claudia Smith