As you may or may not know, January is Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention month. Over the past 6 months, I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside an Organization local to me called MCMAN - PSECA Program. If you’re a follower on Instagram, you know that I invited Bree (PSECA Community Director) on to do a live with me to talk more about what she does for the community, the PSECA Program, Legislation and exploitation in youth. She has a plethora of knowledge with youth, exploitation, prevention etc.
November 30th I launched a campaign called “Campaign for Change”. I speak often about, by just using our voices we can make a change and to use our voices for the voiceless. My goal is to raise awareness and provide preventative measures to make a dent into the ever spiralling world of exploitation. But I need your help and I need your voices.
I released limited quantities of apparel to raise awareness for Human Trafficking and Prevention month, but my main hope is to donate profits to the PSECA Program - Directly contributing to the program and assisting more youth with community services.
For some financially, purchasing an item isn't within their means or simply because they would prefer for all dollars given to go directly towards the program.
This Donation page is exactly that. $1, $2, $5 donations add up quickly.
The work of preventing human trafficking belongs to all of us. Your advocacy & your financial generosity towards this campaign for change will make a difference. Together we can ensure that vulnerable individuals will receive support in the community to become more stable.
Your Generosity will allow PSECA to look at adding additional roles within the program such as additional outreach workers, education supports, peer mentorship supports etc. Would allow them to support youth to a greater capacity around needs provision. Create outreach care packages for youth experiencing exploitation that can be given as “comfort kits” for youth entering into our program. Lastly it will support the funding we are looking for to create additional positions and supports that will allow us to serve more youth preventatively. Blog Post