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HUMAN TRAFFICKING – Helping Victims Reclaim Their Lives

When:
April 12, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Where:
St. Bernadette Church - Lourdes Center
245 Azalea Dr
Monroeville, PA 15146
USA
Contact:
412.373.0050

Special Guest:
Sherrill Rudy – Awareness and Prevention Team Lead – Living in Liberty

Presented by St. Bernadette Church Pastoral Council in partnership with the Monroeville Interfaith Ministerium

Human trafficking is real, and it takes place all across the country, including the Pittsburgh area. Help is available for trafficking victims, and everyone can participate in assisting this vulnerable population.

Join us for a free presentation and discussion led by Sherrill Rudy, Awareness and Prevention Team Lead for Living in Liberty, a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit focused on providing services for survivors of sex trafficking in the Western Pennsylvania area. The presentation is suitable for adults and students (middle school and older).

Wish List – Living in Liberty

Monetary contributions are appreciated, as well as in-kind donations of toiletries and other items. You may package a “Bath Bag” with one of each item listed, or donate items separately and we will package them. All donations will be used to assist clients in the Pittsburgh area.

Bath Bags: Please package the following items in a gallon size zipper bag: toothbrush and toothpaste, deodorant, women’s razor, washcloth, small bar of soap (hotel size), small lotion (hotel size), shampoo and conditioner (hotel size is fine), candy mints, one pair of ladies underpants (sizes S, M, L or XL).

Items that may be donated separately: Lip balm, hand cream, hand sanitizer, lotion, deodorant (small), shampoo and conditioner (hotel size is fine), toothbrushes, toothpaste, washcloths, small bars or soap (hotel size), small mouthwash, personal feminine wipes, socks, small flashlight, gallon size zipper bags, snack size zipper bags, wrapped candy, granola bars, Q-tips, cotton balls, emery boards, safety pins, band-aids.

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