Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world.
And it is happening right here in Maine.
YOUR help is needed to provide hope and healing.
Please come join us for our first “Potluck Dinner for Hope” at
First Evangelical Free Church of Maine, 355 Bridgton Road, Westbrook
Please bring a casserole, dessert, or salad to share.
We will share a meal together, learn from our guest speakers, and be given the opportunity to bless victims of human trafficking and their children this Christmas. We want to remind them that they are loved, cared for, and not forgotten.
A Love Offering will be taken.
Our Special Guest Speakers:
Tricia Grant is a member of the New England Survivor Leadership Collaborative. She is a survivor of child sex trafficking who now educates youth and adults about the dangers and realities of human trafficking.
Steve Dyer is a full-time professor of Criminal Justice at Thomas College in Waterville, Maine and the Scholar in Residence for the Foundation for Hope and Grace, a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting for children living through abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Jennifer Morin serves as the Program Director of Not Here, a leading organizational voice in the anti-trafficking movement helping to build a network of individuals, churches, and organizations committed to working collaboratively to combat human trafficking and exploitation, and to support those who have been victimized by this fast growing crime.
For questions or more information contact Terry Stevens
Due to mature content, this evening is not suited for children