Bringing Light into the Darkness

Coconut Telegraph

A community institution since 2009, Selah Freedom is an organization that has led a thriving movement to actively change the harrowing statistics of sex trafficking by changing lives. You too have the chance to positively impact lives at some of Selah Freedom’s events this year. On August 3, you can eat out for a great cause at Café L’Europe, where 25% of the night’s sales will be donated to Selah Freedom. The organization is also offering a four-session seminar about the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC 101) on August 18 with their on-staff experts. On October 14, in collaboration with Designing Women Boutique, Selah Freedom is excited to bring trafficking survivor Elizabeth Smart to help bring awareness and solutions to our community. Join the change-makers at Selah Freedom this year and help them bring light into the darkness of sex trafficking. 

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