Western Washington Coalition against Human Trafficking
We envision a future in western Washington that is free of human trafficking, where freedom from this form of oppression is fully realized and victims are rehabilitated and reintegrated into society.
Our mission is to connect, equip and empower individuals and organizations in western Washington to combat human trafficking primarily through awareness-raising events, networking, catalyzing anti-trafficking action, and resource development.
∑ To network with existing organizations and individuals with the common goal of combating human trafficking and invite them to become members.
∑ To equip members for effective anti-trafficking action through dissemination of resources, training, and conference participation.
∑ To help connect organizations to each otherís endeavors through a coalition website.
∑ To encourage and support members in their anti-trafficking activities.
∑ To empower members to achieve their respective organizationsí goals.
∑ To create a fundraising structure to raise funds for maintaining the coalition goals.
Coalition meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month, from 7-9 pm at North Creek Presbyterian Church, in Mill Creek, WA.† Visitors are welcome. For directions, click here.