A modern abolitionist movement

In every country around the world, people are working for little or no pay, controlled by threats, debt, and violence. We call it by many names, but it amounts to the same thing: modern slavery. Slavery is illegal everywhere, but it continues to thrive because so many of us:

Over the past few years Hope4Justice has used WalkFree.org as a resource for several anti-human trafficking programs, articles, and success stories on our weekly newsletter. 

WalkFree has now become Freedom United. Check out their new site at www.freedomunited.org. Modern slavery may go by many names, but that doesn’t change what it is. In the same way, they may be using a different name, but their mission to end modern slavery with a united movement of partners and supporters remains the same. To help stay informed about human-trafficking be sure to check out the new website! https://www.freedomunited.org/



March 9 & 10, 2017
Purchase a Coffee Break for your office!  Purchase $5 coupons to give to friends, family, and clients!  Visit any Woods Coffee location in Whatcom or Skagit Counties on Friday, March 10th!   Get Involved!
Help Rebound of Whatcom Countyconnect, empower, and restore our community's most vulnerable families. Rebound programs build relationships, teach skills, provide resources and offer advocacy to under-resourced families.

You're invited to attend the 3rd Annual Walk in My Shoes Gala, a fundraising event to benefit Engedi Refuge Ministries.  Enjoy a plated dinner, Raise the Paddle fundraiser, a Raffle, and compelling messages from a Sex Trafficking Survivor, Engedi Refuge Co-founder Aaron Newcomb, and local football star, Jake Locker.  The event will be held on March 11, 2017 at the Lakeway Four Points Sheraton.

Purchase your reservations at www.engedirefuge.com or reserve a seat by calling (360)