Partnering to combat human trafficking through awareness, prevention and restoration.
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ABOUT ABOLITION NC

Partnering to combat human trafficking through awareness, prevention and restoration.

Our Approach:

Awareness

  • Plan and participate in Anti-Human Trafficking awareness events
  • Educate and equip¬†communities in North Carolina's Triad through school curriculum and presentations
  • Collaborate with businesses, law enforcement, government, churches, and other non-profits to increase awareness

Prevention

  • Educate youth through curriculum resources
  • Partner with businesses, law enforcement, elected officials, churches and other non-profits to organize effective channels of communication
  • Actively share¬†our mission and resources through social media, e-newsletter, and community events to make the vulnerable and victims aware of resources

Restoration

  • Support NC Safe Houses with funds, in-kind donations, and services
  • Mentor and befriend survivors
  • Join forces with local businesses, non-profits, government, and churches to ensure limited resources meet survivors needs
  • Equip survivors with life skills that result in employment and ability to engage in the community and healthy relationships
  • Provide short and long term housing that is safe, accessible, and affordable

Our Mission and Vision

OUR VISION

A community free from human trafficking.

OUR MISSION

Partnering to combat human trafficking through awareness, prevention and restoration.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Our Board is strategically made up of community leaders from various backgrounds of expertise that directly impact our mission. Our board gives to our mission and vision 100% through prayer, strategic planning, volunteerism, and financially. Our members represent certain sectors of our culture affected by trafficking and their wealth of knowledge provides wisdom as we seek to best care for the needs of those desiring restoration from slavery. Our current board of trustees is as follows:

Cambre Weller, Board Chair

Captain Caroline Holliday, Greensboro Police Department

Anita Faulkner, Counseling

Gil Newsom, Rocketprint Software

Todd Rangel, First Bank

Tom Schultz

Rev. Pam Strader, West Market UMC

Jen Uhlenberg, Cone Health

Chelsea Spohn, Executive Director (ex-facto)

Lindsay Morris, Director of Development (ex-facto)

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Questions about how you can help?

Donations, volunteer service, helping to spread the word in Social Networks to inrease our reach.