The Salvation Army's Role in the #EndITmovement

Picture from Territorial Women’s Ministries Department in New Zealand, Fiji & Tonga Territory

Salvationists, it’s time to take up our legacy. #enditmovement

This strongly and courageously worded challenge comes from our sisters (Territorial Women’s Ministries Department in New Zealand, Fiji & Tonga Territory) in New Zealand who pulled together inspiration and resources to participate in the End It Movement.  Click HERE to read the post our sisters prepared and learn what the Salvation Army has been doing since it’s inception and how to participate not just tomorrow but everyday to end modern day slavery. As coalition partners with End It, the Salvation Army accepts the responsibility to do our part in ending modern day slavery.
Take this quiz to find out how much you know about trafficking – click HERE
Follow the TSA Facebook pages below to keep updated to how the Salvation Army is responding in the Central Territory and how you might be able to participate:
Stop It – based in the Metro Division
Promise – based in the Metro Division
Let’s Stop It – based in Eastern Michigan Division
SAFE-T based in the Western Division
Resources from International Headquarters in London, England


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