The Fight for Freedom

The Salvation Army is in the fight against Human Trafficking.

Whether we know it or not, every day the women’s ministries, social service programs, and youth programs of our corps are serving trafficking survivors and those at risk for trafficking. If you want to get more involved in fighting human trafficking in your community, there are many ways you can begin to engage. Read this inspiring story about Stacy and how you can help. Visit the Women’s Ministries Resource website for more information.

The Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking
is September 22, 2019.

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