Days of Safety

Days of Safety

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Every day, in the Red Light Districts in Mumbai, India, there are girls as young as eight who are trafficked, enslaved, and exploited.

In response to that tragedy, The Light FM partnered with a ministry called India Partners and launched the Days of Safety initiative – to stop child trafficking and exploitation. It is a matter of not only rescuing children, but also stopping the threat before another child is exploited, abused, or taken.

 We shared stories and let you know how you can help make a difference in the lives of these women and children. Tricia from the Troy and Tricia morning show went to India to see, first-hand, the work that is being done in India to rescue children from the red light districts.

Rescue a child now

In parts of India, children as young as 8 years of age are trafficked and enslaved, working and living in what are called “red -light areas.” The Light FM listeners have an opportunity to rescue a child from India’s red-light district and relocate them to a loving home in a safe neighborhood, well outside the red-light areas. For just $50, you can provide a full week of safety and help these children thrive.

How many days of safety can you provide?

$50 provides about a week of safety, rescue, and care.

$100 provides about two weeks of safety, rescue, and care.

$212 provides about a month of safety, rescue, and care.

$640 provides about three months of safety, rescue, and care.

$2,560 provides about a year of safety, rescue, and care.

Click here to give.

Tricia in India

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