Christian singer Natalie Grant just announced a merger of her Abolition International along with Hope For Justice in an effort to raise awareness for sex trafficking.
The two organizations joined forces on September 11, and helps spread Grant’s Abolition International to England where Hope For Justice is located. In turn, Hope For Justice will now have an office in Nashville.
Hope For Justice works to identify and rescue victims, then serves to advocate for them and help them recover.
“Eight years ago I founded Abolition International to be a force for good. It’s been an amazing journey; we’ve seen the restoration of women rescued from trafficking in the US and beyond, but we are battling a significant evil. That’s why I am so delighted that we’re joining together and radically expanding our ability to fight trafficking and to change lives. There is amazing beauty in a life restored and, with your help, we want to give that gift to many, many victims here at home and around the world,” Grant said at an event meeting.
According to a press release, hope For Justice was involved with saving 104 people enslaved in sex trafficking. The age range of the rescued was a one year old up until 57-years-old.
Grant’s documentary on sex trafficking, ‘In Plain Sight’, will premiere first on September 18 at 7 p.m. in Nashville, Tennessee, and will be premiered eight other times around the country soon after.
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