Sexual exploitation can happen anywhere and to anyone’s child.
IWIN, working with human trafficking investigators, provides backpacks to survivors of human trafficking who are entering a wrap-around program to support them emotionally, physically and spiritually. The backpacks, containing all brand new items, include a change of clothes, toiletry items, a handwritten card of encouragement and a bracelet. A matching bracelet is given to a volunteer prayer warrior to support the survivor through prayer.
IWIN also raises awareness about the atrocity of human trafficking and its prevalence right here in our home country of Canada by providing volunteers with the opportunity to participate in a Red Sand Prayer Service.
Did you know?
One of the most common misconceptions about human trafficking is that trafficked people are most often socioeconomically disadvantaged… the reality is that the vulnerability to being trafficked knows no boundaries. Survivors of human trafficking come from a variety of incomes, backgrounds and ethnicities… it happens to people from single parent homes, two parent homes, dual income homes, professional positions, persons battling substance abuse, etc.