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2 Oct 2015

Enon Tabernacle holds human trafficking walk/run Oct. 3

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October 2, 2015 Category: Local Posted by:

She’s My Sister, the Anti-Human Trafficking Ministry of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, will host its’ Inaugural Human Trafficking Awareness Walk/Run on Saturday October 3, 2015 Fairmount Park, Memorial Hall at 8:00am


Human Trafficking is a horrific crime that has ravaged countries and communities.

All proceeds from this walk/run will be utilized to provide funding for the establishment of a residential program for young victims. This trauma-trafficked informed long-term therapeutic program will serve victims within our juvenile justice system who are 18-21 years old and aging out of traditional care. The goal of this program is to assist in moving these young people from victims to survivors. Therapeutic services for this program will be provided by The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia.

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