SOAP Up Kentucky Derby
Sunday, April 28, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Events that bring alot of people to a city drive up the Demand for Sex for sale. Pimps/Traffickers will be bussing girls-- victims-- into Louisville, Kentucky and surrounding areas to meet this demand and make money during the 2013 Kentucky Derby.
Help get soap into the motels prior to the event to save these girls from a horrific life and give them an option out.
Please note: soap is distributed PRIOR to the event to ensure the soap is IN the room when the victims are brought to town.
12 noon: Welcome & Sign In
12:00-12:45: Lunch (provided)
The training will teach you about human trafficking in the US, the statistics and Red flags. We will also instruct you on how to approach the motels, train their staff on how to identify a potential victim and signs to look.
2pm-2:30pm: Label and Packaging the SOAP
2:30-2:45pm: Hit the Road with SOAP
Teams will load up with their soap and head out to the motels!
Teams will report back to us with the results. As soon as your done delivering, you will check in with us and are then free to leave. Should be over by 4:30pm.
Please note: must be over 18 years of age to participate in the motel outreach. However, the training and packaging of the soap is open to middle school and older.
We would like volunteers to purchase a t-shirt, though it is not mandatory. These can be ordered through this site or www.domaconnection.org T-Shirts may also be purchased on day of event. Standard Black SOAP T= $15 Soft Gray V-neck SOAP T=$20
This outreach is funded solely on donations from people and business'! Donations are desperately needed to purchase the cases of soap and to cover the costs of printing. Donations are greatly appreciated and can be made on this site, through www.domaconnection.org or day of the event.
When & Where
To bring awareness to domestic minor sex trafficking in the US and rescue underage girls from being victimized. S.O.A.P is a unique outreach program that educated motel owners and staff about the problem of missing children and brings awareness to Demand centered events that transport girls and women into an area for these events. It also provides a phone number to call so victims can be rescued.