Fight for Freedom grant increases Army’s efforts. By Hillary Jackson - During the Western Territory’s 2019 Commissioning events, participants in the Run for Others 5K raised more than $6,500 for the territory’s anti-trafficking efforts. That money allowed the Territorial Social Justice Department to
The Salvation Army opened a new 24-hour anti-human trafficking program in the Greater Washington, D.C. area today. The emergency shelter will house eight women or men fleeing any type of trafficking in D.C., suburban Maryland or Northern Virginia. Residents will gain
In state with high need, program helps rescued victims. By Caitlin Johnston - When the term “human trafficking” is mentioned, most people still envision drugged women smuggled into the country. Dotti Groover-Skipper, who has spent decades fighting this epidemic, knows the reality
Social Justice Department sets up a catwalk to promote buying clothing free from human trafficking. By Laurie Bullock - The Salvation Army’s Social Justice Department put on a surprise fashion show at Western Territorial Headquarters (THQ) in Long Beach, California, on Feb.
Increased role could open up opportunities for more grants. By Laurie Bullock - The Salvation Army will assume leadership of the Long Beach Human Trafficking Task Force (LBHTTF) following a five-year stint with founding organization Kingdom Causes Long Beach (KCLB) at the
“Speak Out! Give Hope!” is the title of a new report mapping The Salvation Army’s anti-trafficking work across Europe. Published by The Salvation Army's European Union (EU) Affairs Office, based in Brussels, Belgium, the paper explains the background and context for
Priscilla Santos, program coordinator for The Salvation Army Anti-Trafficking Services Program in Orange County, recently attended a meeting at the California State Capitol to share about The Salvation Army’s work in anti-human trafficking. Led by California Assembly Public Safety Committee Chair,