Vision: To end human trafficking, thereby reducing suffering and making
our community safer.
The mission of the Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado is
to build a collaboration of organizations and individuals to reduce
human suffering caused by human trafficking, through advocacy,
awareness, rehabilitation, and services for survivors.
Human Trafficking Task Force meetings are:
2nd Tuesday of each month
First United Methodist Church
410 N. Nevada
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Use Boulder St. Entrance.
Next meeting: Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Our speaker will be Amanda Lundy,
an advocate for children. A Colorado native, she has her Bachelor's
degree in International Affairs and a Master's in Nonprofit
Management. She has worked in the area of personal violence for most of
her career, and feels the best way to get the community involved is
through education and small acts people can do. She lives in Colorado
Springs with her husband and stepson.
CASA of the Pikes Peak Region is a nonprofit organization that trains and
supervises volunteers to represent the best interests of victims of child
abuse, neglect, and severe domestic conflict. CASA volunteers are
appointed by judges to be a voice for these children in court and in the
community. The desired result is that children be placed in safe, loving
homes where they can thrive. CASA of the Pikes Peak Region has been around
since 1989. In their 25 years, over 10,000 children's lives have been
changed through effective and compassionate advocacy. Find out more at
Our meetings are open to organizations and individuals
who are interested in stopping Modern Day Slavery,
especially in our
We are a 501 C 3 organization as recognized by the IRS.
Betty Edwards, Chairman
Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado