January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Help us raise awareness and raise money to help fight trafficking locally by joining our "30 Miles in 30 Days" Fitness Challenge! Simply pledge to walk 30 miles from January 1 to January 30 and donate a per mile amount of your choice. Funds raised from this Challenge will go to our club's Service Fund to be donated to two local organizations active in the fight against sex trafficking: Alabaster Jar's Grace House and North County Lifeline's Project LIFE (prevention and intervention). 

Then celebrate your accomplishments with us by joining our January 30 Zoom Anti-Human Trafficking Webinar featuring speakers involved in the fight against sex trafficking. TO Register for Jan. 30 Webinar click HERE

Since 2006 our Soroptimist club in North County San Diego has been involved in raising awareness and educating the public about human trafficking and in working with other non-profits involved in victim/survivor support. Because of Covid 19, this year we cannot hold our usual Human Trafficking Awareness Walk and Event. 


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30 Miles in 30 Days to Fight Human Trafficking

by Soroptimist International of Vista and North County Inland


January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Help us raise awareness and raise money to help fight trafficking locally by joining our "30 Miles in 30 Days" Fitness Challenge! Simply pledge to walk 30 miles from January 1 to January 30 and donate a per mile amount of your choice. Funds raised from this Challenge will go to our club's Service Fund to be donated to two local organizations active in the fight against sex trafficking: Alabaster Jar's Grace House and North County Lifeline's Project LIFE (prevention and intervention). 

Then celebrate your accomplishments with us by joining our January 30 Zoom Anti-Human Trafficking Webinar featuring speakers involved in the fight against sex trafficking. TO Register for Jan. 30 Webinar click HERE

Since 2006 our Soroptimist club in North County San Diego has been involved in raising awareness and educating the public about human trafficking and in working with other non-profits involved in victim/survivor support. Because of Covid 19, this year we cannot hold our usual Human Trafficking Awareness Walk and Event.