Rating: 5 stars 8 reviews
Location: Gilbert AZ 85234 USA
Results: Starbright was able to purchase a new safe house in AZ to house childrlen caught in abuse and human sex trafficking. Starbright were recent guest on the Dr Oz show with Lisa Ling speaking about Sex Trafficking in America. Starbright was able to put in an organic food garden that will servce hungry children in the community. Starbright has an education program called Traffic Stop where they educate children and parents on the issues of trafficking and the dangers of online and community predators.
Programs: Project Traffic Stop is an educational program launched to bring awareness to parents and children in our community in an effort to keep them safe from abuse.
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I often hear about sex trafficking that takes place in other countries. Few know or choose to believe that it takes place right here in the U.S. As a child I was one of those children and had no one to help me. Oh how I wish there was an organizaion like Starbright Foundation back then. But it exists now and I am so grateful that there is some help out there, but the needs are many. I know Pastor Mike the President, personally, as he has helped me with the aftermath of the abuses I suffered. I also know Lori Regnier the Vice President whose desire is to help these children in any and every way she can. These people at Starbright share un uprecedented devotion to their work at saving these childeren. This is second only to their Love for God, Who has called and strengthened them and others they work with to rescue, counsel, clothe, feed, provide a safe home and give hope to those who have experienced the worst kind of evil. It is my hope that these young ones, will one day be able to dream again. I believe that God, with the help of Starbright and others who respond to their needs, can make it happen.
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