Break the Chains Project

FUNDRAISING UPDATE
Donations to Break the Chains have totaled over $600,000 and have provided vital support for the International Justice Mission and the Hindustani Covenant Church in India. In 2010, our gifts were directed to A New Day for Children, a faith-based home in Northern California providing hope and security for girls rescued from the desperation of sex trafficking.

The Break the Chains project began in 2008 with a heartfelt desire to promote awareness for and engagement in the fight against modern-day slavery. Today, Break the Chains is empowering local congregations to address trafficking in their own communities using our new resource, PROTECT: A Strategy to Prevent Human Trafficking in Our Communities. Using PROTECT, you can get informed and fight trafficking right in your area. It’s available as hard copy to purchase from Covenant Bookstore, or as a downloadable resource. This booklet was developed by the Covenant’s Human Trafficking Task Force.

Increasingly, Evangelical Covenant churches are developing local coalitions to address both sex trade trafficking and labor trafficking. We’d love to know if your congregation is engaged in fighting this terrible injustice against the vulnerable and marginalized (see sidebar for contact information).

Break the Chains needs your support to continue. You can donate (as a part of the Just Women project) safely online or you can be a part of the Break the Chains Team.

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