Interfaith Human Trafficking Educational Event Attracts 200 Area Women and Men

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MANCHESTER, NH – Members of the NH Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force set up informational tables just prior to the Interfaith Women of NH Event. Pictured above, Jasmine Grace, Keynote Speaker; Rebecca Ayling, NH Human Trafficking Collaborative TaskForce, Project Director, and Manager of the Human Trafficking Response Program at Waypoint, Manchester; Bethany Cottrell, founder of Brigid\’s House of Hope, the first long term care safe house for victims of human trafficking in NH; and Donna Plourde, Executive Director of Real Life Giving and “revive.” a women’s care and support center in Manchester.

Jasmine Grace

Above, Jasmine Grace autographed her book, “The Diary of Jasmine Grace”, which chronicles her journey to recovery from human trafficking and addiction. Book sale profits support “Bags of Hope,” a ministry with a goal to distribute necessities to homeless and needy women founded by the author.

Visit https://jasminegrace.org/bags-of-hope/ for more information