“Coast 2 Coast Cycling Challenge” to End Child Trafficking

by | Feb 21, 2018 | Community

 ZOE International is excited to announce the Road of Justice Coast 2 Coast Cycling Challenge to end child trafficking. ZOE missionaries, Brad and Lori Ortenzi, are leading this challenge across America to raise awareness and funds to help end child trafficking globally.
Four years ago, Brad and Lori Ortenzi left their comfortable life in America to move 9,000 miles away and help anti-trafficking efforts in Thailand. Brad, a former Police Detective says, “I’ve had a heart for justice my whole life and I am now seeing true justice in the lives of many rescued children.” His wife, Lori adds, “Living and working with victims of this heinous crime makes us want to do more to help.” Raising funds for ZOE is near and dear to their heart – as ZOE expands to the USA, Australia, Japan and Mexico.
ZOE International is a nonprofit organization that strives to reach every person with the Gospel and to rescue every child from the atrocities of human trafficking.
The Coast 2 Coast Cycling Challenge will begin in Yorktown, Virginia on Saturday, April 21, 2018 and end in Santa Monica, California on Saturday, June 23, 2018.
One way you can be a part of this amazing ride is by collecting donations for the Road of Justice Coast to Coast Cycling Challenge! We are collecting change as donations towards a piece of the road.  Place a Road of Justice water bottle at your work, church or even school and fill it with spare change and you will help in the fight to end child trafficking globally. One hundred percent of the donations go to ZOE International. If you are interested in getting your bottle, please contact Karen (karen@gozoe.org).
To learn more about the ride or other ways to get involved, visit www.RoadofJustice.com. Together we can do so much more!

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