Tampa survivor, Connie Rose, tells us one of the only places trafficked girls may find themselves alone for a moment is inside a public restroom stall. Their trafficker may go as far as to step inside the ladies' room to keep an eye on them. That makes the back of the stall door the perfect place for one of our 'Post It Project' sticky notes. The goal is to make the information needed for rescue available should an exploited woman use that stall. 'Post It Project' sticky notes will be strategically placed where the ladies might be taken (rest area bathrooms, clothing stores, mall restrooms, restaurants). The hotline numbers are easy to remember by design should they get access to a phone. We ask you to join us in prayerfully supporting the project while asking God to give them the courage to call on His name, and reach out for help. Should you want to place 'Post It Project' sticky notes, they will be available, but not necessary in supporting the cause as we have volunteers readily available for this purpose.
Every girl has a name. Every girl has a story. Every girl has God-given worth. Your donation and the note you have placed could mean the difference between her slavery and freedom!
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