Over 400 kids are sold for sex in Georgia every month. Many are lured through the deception of pimps who position themselves as a “boyfriend” and even by parents. Others are abducted. About half are foster children, runaways or homeless youth.
Many are Black girls.
Founded by Natasha A. Harrison, President and CEO of CommunityBuild Ventures, For Her: A Black Women Giving Movement for Black Girls will provide grant funding to provide services, supports, and opportunities to Black girls who are vulnerable to and survivors of
sex trafficking and abuse.
A GIVING MOVEMENT
For Her: A Black Woman Giving Movement for Black Girls will provide grant funding to help provide services, support and opportunities to Black girls who are vulnerable to and survivors of sex trafficking and abuse.
Learn how your tax-deductible donation can help.
WHAT IS SEX TRAFFICKING?
The average age a girl is first used in the sex trade is 14. The most common ways a child is recruited by a sex trafficker is through social circles and home neighborhood. Learn the different ways you can make an effort to help stop & address the issue of sex trafficking and exploitation of Black girls.