Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Salvation Army Gets Funding From Keybank to Fight Human Trafficking

Keybank Foundation is committing $1 million dollars to the Salvation Army's effort to end human trafficking, and to treat victims once they've been identified.

One of those victims was adopted by Major Lurlene-Kay M. Johnson, the Divisional Secretary of Greater Cleveland Area Services for the Salvation Army.  She says 100,000-300,000 children are victims of human trafficking.

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