We will post events sponsored by NC Stop Human Trafficking as an organization as well as events sponsored by other organizations fighting human trafficking in North Carolina.

Please email if you have an event that need to be posted, or if you would like more information on any upcoming event.



Limited tickets for the showing of BARK! to help Hope House

When: Thursday, February 21, 2013

Time: 7:30pm

Where: Asheville Community Theater

BARK! tickets have arrived! Thanks to Charlotte Street Computers we have been given 30 tickets for the showing of BARK! They are $20 each and Hope House keeps 100% of the profit. Please email if you want a ticket.

BARK! follows six canine characters for one day at Deena’s Doggie Daycare, and the entire show is presented from a dog’s point of view. BARK! opened in Los Angeles at The Coast Playhouse in 2004 to rave reviews including Critic’s Choice from the Los Angeles Times. The show went on to play for two years becoming the 3rd longest running show in Los Angeles history. The memorable songs and dance of BARK! resulted in nominations for Best Musical Score & Best Choreography from the prestigious LA Critics’ Drama Circle Awards.

Email for tickets (as long as they last):



Ignite Justice Conference 2013

When: Friday, January 11, 2013 – Saturday, January 12, 2013

Time: Begins at 8am on Friday (refer to link for full schedule)

Where: Forest Hill Church, 7224 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28210

The goal of the conference is to EDUCATE, EMPOWER & ENGAGE the Charlotte region in the fight against injustice. You can learn more about the conference and register at

Bianca Olthoff, the Chief Storyteller for The A21 Campaign, will be one of the keynote speakers and there will be many other local and global organizations present that are fighting sex-trafficking including IJM, World Relief, Compassion to Act, Justice Ministries, All We Want is L.O.V.E, Neet’s Sweets, Exodus Road and several others. There will also be a break our session with a panel of sex-trafficking experts. As I’m sure you know, January 11th is Human Trafficking Awareness Day.

GROUP DISCOUNTS – Groups of 8 that register together get $25 OFF PER PERSON! The discount will be automatically applied when all participants register together.
YOUTH SESSION – SATURDAY MORNING FROM 9-NOON, $5 fee covers lunch – Registration REQUIRED!

Link for full details:


An Evening of Education

When: Saturday, January 19, 2013

Time: 6:30 – 10:30pm

Where: Blake Hotel, 555 South McDowell Street, Charlotte, NC

An evening gala with a 3 course plated meal, open bar, silent auction, and raffles with education on human trafficking. Come get educated on the 2nd largest illicit business in the world. Want to understand how this industry flourishes? Why is it growing so rapidly? How to identify a victim? We have speakers discussing the ins and outs of the industry and give ways you can help.

For tickets please click on the link below. You can pay securely with PayPal:

Facebook link:!/events/429918300390696/


8 Responses

  1. I live in Charlotte NC and want to help in some way with child trafficking. I am not sure how to go about this. If you can help me in any way, I would really appreciate it. Thank you and have a blessed day!

  2. I am 15 years old and live in Greensboro, NC. The issue of human trafficking has caught my attention and i feel very strongly that i need to do something to help this cause. Since i am so young I’m not sure exactly how I can help. If anyone could please give me any information on how i would be able to help I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you!

    • Hi Maddie, do you still want to help? I am Service Director for NC Christian Churches and will be working to hold awareness and education events all over the state of NC this summer (late June – July) Would you be interested in helping with one of the events in your area? You can email me directly at and we can talk! It would be amazing to have someone your age helping with these awareness events. Thanks!

  3. How can I help? I live in northeastern NC.

  4. One way to help is to get educated (Google) and TALK ABOUT IT W/PEOPLE YOU KNOW. At the very least, they’ll know how YOU feel about these horrific and exploitative crimes.

    Do the farmers check to see if the workers brought to them are going back to safe conditions at the end of the day?

    Is that new housemaid your neighbor hired and is bragging about not having to pay very much money to, really a woman forced into servitude?

    Do the minorities in your neighborhood, especially those with English as a second language, act afraid to speak or look for work somewhere else? Maybe they can’t!!

    If you see something, SAY something…

  5. I live in Apex and want to know how I can get involved. Can high schoolers get involved with this organization? I want to help these people so badly.

  6. I live in Asheville and attend Warren Wilson College. I work on the Service Crew at WWC, in the Race and Immigration issue area and always try to raise awareness about human trafficking. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help stop this heinous crime!

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