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Review for National Womens Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation, Vancouver, WA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

NWCAVE steps in when law enforcement asks for this help with missing teens and teens returning from being trafficked. There is no other agency in the area that does this! We are so lucky.

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Review for National Womens Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation, Vancouver, WA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

NWCAVE recently offered support to a youth who had been rescued after several years old sex trafficking. Her family got to see her and know she is safe in a treatment facility. NWCAVE worked with multiple agencies, including the Sheriff's office and The Juvenile Court on this case. NWCAVE's work is critical and necessary.

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Review for National Womens Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation, Vancouver, WA, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

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I first encountered NWCAVE when I attended an event they hosted to learn more about trafficking of teens in my town. Months later, I approached Michelle Bart with an idea I had for a community project to collect gently used bras and redistribute them to women...including trafficking victims. Michelle eagerly set up a meeting with me. Demonstrating expertise and experience, Michelle quickly took my idea and spun it into a full blown campaign. Her confidence and leadership inspired me to seek out more partners. With our partnership now complete, we have successfully kicked off the Gift of Lift Campaign October 1, 2014. We anticipate collecting hundreds of bras to donate to one local and one international organization at the NWCAVE Summit on January 17, 2015. Then we will focus on additional campaigns and continued collection. NWCAVE was a critical element in turning this project, which means quite a bit to me, into a reality.

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NWCAVE (Nonprofit Staff) wrote:

Robin, thank you for the kind words and collaboration! We are thrilled our paths crossed at the Human Trafficking Task Force Meet & Greet and that we were able to put your visions into action so quickly. We look forward to a continued partnership and together making a difference for women and girls locally and globally!