One Action Changes One Story
Often, the problem of human trafficking can feel so overwhelming that is causes people to think that they can’t do anything. The truth is that…one person, doing one thing can change one story!
The story of sisters who came to us when they were four and seven years old…
Their mother was an alcoholic who was passed out for hours at a time. They were abandoned years ago by their different fathers. They were left on the streets late into the night…headed to follow in the footsteps of their older sister who is a well-known young prostitute.
One night, ZOE received an urgent call that the girls were in desperate need for a safe and stable home. Our investigations uncovered that a pedophile that was wanted by the police and considered a family friend, would take care of these two little girls while their mother lay in a drunken stupor.
With great effort, ZOE rescued them from their situation and brought them safe into our care.
You can be a part of helping ZOE…
On November 14, walk with hundreds of others to bring awareness to the issue of human trafficking. Our 4th Annual ZOE Rescue Walk will start at LA Mission College and end at El Cariso Park in Sylmar, CA. We will have multiple food trucks, vendors selling merchandise made by trafficking survivors and activities for your children. Registration to walk is $20. Children 12 years and under are free of charge. Registration opens at 9 a.m. and the Walk will begin at 10 a.m.
Visit www.ZOERescueWalk.com to register now!
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