It’s not just a Third World problem.
STEP 1: UNDERSTAND
- Hire an advocates who responds to requests for victim assistance from our law enforcement collaborative partners. Just like we have for St. Louis County, Jefferson County and St. Charles County. Why do we need aditional advocates? Since opening the first criminal justice advocacy in November 2018, Crisis Aid has responded to over 900 Human trafficking and internet crimes against children and their families throughout the CAP initiative. By adding additional advocates, we can help more victims. Based on the intense level of need we know we need to act decisively. Please help us protect these vulnerable children and families.
- Raise enough money to open up more beds at the refuge home. Yes, there is a refuge safe home in St. Louis that supports women and children. Since it opened in 2013 the refuge home has provided shelter to over 200 trafficked women and children. Yet, others had to be turned away because there was not enough funding to support the additional beds available in the home. This is still the case, however, we can help.
Five bucks a month will save lives.
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You can give freedom, hope, and health to girls in our local St. Louis, MO community. Minors who have been coerced, taken, and forced to do things we wouldn’t wish on our enemies, repeatedly. These survivors need our help in providing a safe, healthy, and empowering environment. We also need to step up and help potential victims before it’s too late. We need to be there when no one else is. Sharing this message, telling the story of why you gave, will empower others to join, and together, we will make a difference!
When you make a monthly donation, you’ll be a donor with Crisis Aid International. Give a monthly donation and learn more about their tireless efforts to continually go into the harshest environments and continue saving lives, saving souls, and changing futures!
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