Prevent Child Abuse Florida, the Florida Department of Children and Families and more than a dozen of our partners in prevention invite you, your family and your friends to attend Pinwheels in the Park. This free public event will be held at E. Peck Greene Park in Downtown Tallahassee (intersection of Park Ave. and Duval St., across from the Downtown Library) on Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 9 AM to Noon.
A student at Lawton Chiles High School has received a grant from ANNpower to hold a human trafficking awareness seminar.
Please join us for a screening of the eye-opening documentary, "Call and Response," followed by a panel discussion on human trafficking with community leaders.
You will also have an opportunity to learn about human trafficking in different industries and take action by signing a petition and writing letters to non-fair trade companies.
65C-14, F.A.C. is being revised by the Department to include legislative changes. Anyone interested in residential group care is invited to participate in the workshop and provide input regarding licensing requirements and processes for group homes. Participants may attend in person or via live webinar.
"The Light Will Triumph", a seven week small group study against human trafficking hosted by Hyde Park United Methodist Church. Our first session will be Monday, Jan. 27 at 7 p.m.
Our seven sessions will be using The White Umbrella: Walking with Survivors of Sex Trafficking by Mary Frances Bowley.
You can register online at hydeparkumc.org/ministries/smallgroups/classes/ or by clicking here. For questions contact Kathy DiRaimo at 813.253.5388.
A Week of focusing on the Community Campaign Against Human Trafficking in Tampa Bay. Including slient prayer and meditation.
Every day beginning January 13 through January 17, 2014 from 12:15 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Contact Justin LaRosa, 813.253.5388
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month!
Join us at San Jose Catholic Church for an informative evening on modernd slavery.
An abridged version of the film "Not My Life," will be shown, followed by presentations by local experts on the issue and an opportunity for questions and discussion.
January 15 in English; January 16 in Spanish
The Northeast Florida Human Trafficking Coalition in the Jacksonville area will be holding a public gathering to recognize Human Trafficking Awareness Month and to thank coalition members for their efforts and to celebrate the successes in combating human trafficking realized in 2013.
The Northeast Florida Human Trafficking Coalition in the Jacksonville area will be holding a news conference led by Sheriff John Rutherford of the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. A press conference to recognize Human Trafficking Awareness Month and to highlight anti-human trafficking successes in 2013.
Greater Orlando Human Trafficking Task Force, Inc.
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM; 1:00 PM (Annual Freedom Rally)
This is the largest anti-human trafficking awareness event in Central Florida and is a community-wide effort to address modern-day slavery and the exploitation of children. Since it's inception on January 11, 2009 thousands of Central Florida citizens have been educated about the crime of human trafficking in 'our own backyard'.
This event has been cancelled
3rd Annual National Weekend of Prayer to End Slavery & Trafficking