Salvation Army Helps Fight Human Trafficking (WATCH)

Hands tied together in red rope
by The Salvation Army in Canada
On February 22, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day draws attention to the vast abuse of people, for profit, at the hands of others.
The Salvation Army is committed to protecting and serving victims of sex trafficking and has provided assistance in Canada and around the world for more than 100 years. In fact, The Salvation Army was one of the first organizations in Canada to open a shelter dedicated to providing services to victims of human trafficking.

We invite you to view the video to learn more about the work of The Salvation Army as it responds to human trafficking.