August 26th is Women's Equality Day in the United States. This year, support an anti-trafficking organization founded by a brave and dynamic woman.
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The S.O.A.P. Project is focused on educating the public about human trafficking and increasing awareness of its prevalence. It also serves as a hands-on way to reach out to trafficking victims. S.O.A.P. stands for Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution.
S.O.A.P. was founded by Theresa Flores, an author, advocate, and trafficking survivor. She recalls from experience that the only time she would ever be alone while being trafficked was in a motel bathroom. S.O.A.P. National therefore partners with local organizations to distribute millions of bars of soap wrapped with a red band printed with the National Human Trafficking Hotline number, 1 (888) 3737-888. Trained volunteers deliver the soap to high risk motels, and offer training to staff on how to spot the signs of human trafficking.
To learn more about S.O.A.P. and how you can get involved, click the button above.
Forms of Abolition:
Awareness, Rescue, Aftercare
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