The Commission on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) is moving forward in its mission of reducing the numbers of innocent children abused, tortured, and raped in GA. Each child endures as many as ten men or more every day. According to Center for Public Policy Studies, it is estimated that 374 girls are commercially sexually exploited monthly in Georgia. Average age of entry into the commercial sex market for girls is 12 and 14 years.
SOAP UP Atlanta will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church on January 26, 2019 from 9:30am – 3:30pm, a week before the Super Bowl. It is documented that sex trafficking increases during large sporting events. Our goal is to save children by delivering bars of soap with the national hot line number to all hotels/motels surrounding the Mercedes Benz stadium.
Theresa Flores, a survivor, will tell her story and train everyone on DMST 101 and how to approach and train the hotel staff.
Come by our table and learn more about SOAP and child sex trafficking. We will have experienced volunteers there to answer your questions and provide material including talking with your kids about sex trafficking.
Atlanta is on the move and churches, synagogues, non-profits and business organizations are resilient and determined to End It. Drop by the Commission’s table and learn more!