A Ministry of the United Church of Christ
The state of Georgia, particularly Atlanta, has become one of the biggest hubs for sex trafficking in the United States. This form of modern-day slavery is the second largest illegal enterprise in the world. The National Human Trafficking Hotline reports Georgia's hotline signal volume as the 7th highest among the 50 states and Washington D.C for 2020.
Human trafficking denies the value of human life, exposes victims to serious health risks, endangers the mental well-being of victims, and impedes the ability of victims to reach their God-given potential. The Shalom Spiritual Center is dedicated to ending human and sex trafficking in the Atlanta area by advocating for local and national policies that protect homeless and vulnerable individuals. Our advocacy includes spiritual formation, poverty relief and education in coordination with national body of The United Church of Christ. Please donate whatever you can to support this important work.
Mail your check payable to:
The Shalom Spiritual Center
P.O. Box 391376
Snellville, GA 30039
Enter "End Trafficking" in the memo section.
If you'd like to help The Shalom Spiritual Center in its advocacy and victim support efforts, call us at (404) 780-4275 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use your skills, talents and passion to enhance our impact. We'd love to hear from you.
Find and join other Georgia-based organizations involved in anti-slavery and human trafficking work: