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Heroes for Hope – Virtual 5K – September 5-7, 2020

Join us for our first ever Virtual 5K Heroes for Hope! Support survivors of human trafficking with our Heroes for Hope Virtual 5K. Your registration provides survivors of human trafficking with life impact skills. Every team of 5 or more registrations has the option...

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COVID-19 Protocol- Redacted

Hope Against Trafficking aims to protect staff, residents, and volunteers from contracting or spreading COVID-19. To maintain the safety of our homes and our residents by following best practices recommended by the CDC, OSHA and WHO. Please click here to view our...

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Children Sold Homemade Bracelets to Help Our Ladies

We met one of our volunteers, Zahraat Osman, at the Institute of Athletic Medicine during one of our usual informational pitches. Recently, her children decided to do their own fundraiser to help Hope Against Trafficking. Zahraat’s children made homemade bracelets in...

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Michigan Abolitionist Project Round Table Event

We had a great time at tonight’s Michigan Abolitionist Project Round Table event at the Troy Community Center. We heard great presentations and information from the Joseph Project, Vista Maria and others. Here's a photo of some of our group that attended tonight's...

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Shawn Vasquez, 1972-2020

Shawn was a dedicated supporter of Hope Against Trafficking who had great plans to help sustain our organization with profits from a new business he was launching.  His heart was bigger than life and he will be missed immensely this side of heaven.  Godspeed our...

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Hope Against Trafficking Featured in Seen Magazine

Our Executive Director, Hannah McPeak, was featured in Seen Magazine’s January 2020 issue. She had the opportunity of providing insight on the vulnerabilities that traffickers prey on before coercing their victims into human trafficking. Read and check out the article...

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United Shore Presented Us with a Check to Help Our Women

Special thanks to United Shore for their donation of $16,323 to our program! Through their #PayItForward program, team members can earn points for going above and beyond or through unused PTO. Those points are then spent in an online catalog featuring a multitude of...

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A Giving Story

My giving story: Following our November Open House, a board member spoke with the group in attendance,  telling them a story about what she saw in the future for the home they had just toured. She asked them to close their eyes and said… In the apartment you just...

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MSU FCU Chicken Coop Project Completion

Rebecca, Thank you so much for your team’s help with the Chicken Coop project completion. It’s so exciting to see the neighbors getting involved. One is a registered nurse who does in-home visits. She wants to bring eggs to her clients who are homebound and need more...

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Chicken Coop Prep with OUCU

Special thanks to Delani Ford and her Oakland University Credit Union team, who recently came out to Hope Against Trafficking to do final prep on our chicken coop. They helped add dirt and completed the painting for the 6-week-old chicks transfer. Check out these...

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Rochester Church of Christ Volunteer Day

Rochester Church of Christ volunteered with us last Sunday. Volunteers worked on house cleaning, the yard, tree and branch cleanup, helped put a new patio in front of our old garage, and added an organized tool section in the shed. Check out photos from last week's...

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Wings of Hope

We want to offer a special thanks to Dave and Phyllis Bond of Kensington Church-Troy and the group they organized to come out and help build a deck. The homes that our survivors live in have all been built with love and generosity from those in the community. We...

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MSUFCU and OUCU Volunteer to Support Trafficking Victims

Employees from Michigan State University Federal Credit Union and Oakland University Credit Union came and volunteered with us this past weekend. Both groups raised funds to help support victims of human trafficking. Due to their efforts, we received a quarterly...

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Planting Gardens with Woodside Bible Church

Thanks to Woodside Bible Church for sending their congregation out to help plant our gardens and do a bit of outside work. The weather forecast called for rain but God held off so we could get some vegetables planted! Check out this photo gallery of the gardens:...

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Raising Awareness: CrossWalk Community Church

On January 9, 2019, one of our very own, Tammie Pasant, was given the opportunity to guest speak at CrossWalk Community Church in Monroe, MI. The event lasted about an hour, and was open to anyone 12 years or older. CrossWalk Community Church is a supporter of raising...

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Human Trafficking Forum with Woodside Bible Church

On April 8, 2019, we had the opportunity of speaking at Woodside Bible Church’s “Unshackled” human trafficking forum. The two-hour forum gave us the chance to make people more aware of what human trafficking is, and how to recognize it. In case you weren’t able to...

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Volunteer Day with Scout Troop 1036

Thank you to Scout Troop 1036 for their help at our community lot. Troop 1036 came and participated in creating a chicken run for our chicken coop. This coop will be in the same lot as our community garden. Take a look at the picture below to see the Scouts at...

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Detroit School of Arts Annual Health Fair 2019

On April 22nd, Members of the Hope Against Trafficking Team participated in the Detroit School of Arts Annual Health Fair. The event focuses on sharing information and encouraging students towards better health and nutrition. At our booth, we shared information with...

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CW Howe Flooring Volunteer Days

Thank you to the members of CW Howe Flooring for coming out and helping us! April 15th through 17th they came to one of our houses and donated their time and talent to help us with flooring. We can’t thank you enough for the incredible work you did. The floors look...

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Volunteer Day with Time Team Detroit

On March 30, Mojo in the Morning’s Time Team Detroit helped us remodel our third home for survivors. The work they did included • Caulking windows • Installing fixtures • Painting rooms • Putting together furniture • Sanding floors • Washing floors Volunteers at the...

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