May's Organization at a Glance

This Month's organization is a new nonprofit that is dear to my heart because it is the organization that I helped establish back in 2014. A group of us who attend Cornerstone EPC felt the need to stand up to human trafficking. Over the past two years, we have took a stand in Livingston County raising awareness about human trafficking.

We started to partner with Grace Centers of Hope and building a community garden to bring in fresh produce to the families staying in Pontiac.

We also partner with Aliyah's House to engage with and love on the women staying there. We provide different needs and a "girls night in" to bring back the joy these women have lost over the years.

We started working within the community of Livingston County on Saturday's during the Summer. We set up a table at the Brighton Farmers Market to raise awareness to the Brighton Community.

LCAP is very committed to rescuing victims throughout Michigan. We started the Label Project that puts the human trafficking hotline number in rest areas. This will help those traveling and are in need of rescuing. 

Livingston County Abolitionists Project has new projects and ways to help if you are interested in doing more with them. Check them out at the Take Action tab and learn ways to fight against human trafficking.