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Help Provide Rapid Response Backpacks!

posted by Community Admin on Aug 26, 2014


Found in a hotel room, barely awake after a nightmare, a place you never thought you’d be. Someone else is there, offering you “help.” Right — because people around here are so “helpful.”


To reach a child is no small task, especially when you’re up against the walls and barriers that come with traumatic experiences.


When a child is being exploited, working to secure the immediate safety of that child is a delicate moment. They’re scared, they’re unsure if they should trust authorities, and their inclination is often to run. Whether they run or stay, there are some long days ahead.


In the immediate moments after children who are being exploited have been identified, they need a range of resources.


Love146 is working to provide some of these resources through Rapid Response Backpacks filled with a variety of items that will help meet the immediate needs while also offering children comfort and support.


Through our partnership with state child welfare agencies, Love146 has begun to provide Rapid Response Backpacks to suspected victims of child trafficking.


These backpacks will help us ensure that every... Read More



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Urgent: We need your help!

posted by Community Admin on Aug 20, 2014



Love146's New Haven team are moving to a new office and we could use your help! This Thursday and Friday, between 9am and 5pm, if you have any time & muscle to spare for the cause of Abolition, we would love volunteers here in New Haven!


Email to get plugged in helping us out.



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Ask Your Senator to Protect Foster Care Youth

posted by Community Admin on Jul 29, 2014


You've advocated for legislation protecting foster care youth against sex trafficking. HR4980 combines several bills that were being considered, was recently passed by the House of Representatives!


Now, it's up to the Senate to pass the bill before it moves on to be signed by the President, making it a law!


Protect the vulnerable today: