Once you have learned about human trafficking, you become responsible to act. We do not want to stop at just words. We want to physically do something to make a difference. There are many ways to act. We raise money and donate it to non profit organizations dedicated to anti-human trafficking causes, provide services for those non-profits, and serve the enslaved by caring and praying for them. This committee is committed to finding hands-on ways to make an impact in the lives of victims so that we can be the “hands and feet” of Christ. Below are different outlets for outreach to participate in:
- Hernandez House Hangout:
A local all-girls hang out for college students to engage with, mentor, teach, lead, and love younger girls who might potentially be at-risk.
- Juvenille Mentorship:
FREE members have the opportunity to tutor & mentor teens who are detained in the Bryan Juvenille Justice Center or on probation. There’s a lot of opportunity as a mentor in your discussion with those detained and freedom to hangout with those on probation who live in BCS area. Mentors are NEEDED at the Juve!
- Non-Profit Support:
As an outreach team we desire to support established anti-human trafficking organizations around Texas and abroad. There are various way we can help them such as raising money for their Safe Homes and ministry with girls, participating in their 5ks, events, fundraisers, conferences, etc. As college students we desire to help be the hands and feet that can serve these non-profits.
- Local outreach opportunities:
Include volunteering at local battered woman’s shelters and abused children advocacy centers, befriending men & women who live on, & “work the streets” in Bryan, and supporting the B/CS ministry who reaches out to & loves on those at the local strip club.