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April 2, 2013

Hope, Vision, Action

Please Join us at th Hope, Vision, Action With Canadian Hero & Second Cup Co-Founder Frank O'Dea Gala Dinner with the Joy Smith Foundation this April 11th 2013.

Dinner Gala to Raise Support for Victims of Human Trafficking in Canada      
Event Date: April 11, 2013
WHERE: Crystal Ballroom   Fort Garry Hotel 222 Broadway, Winnipeg  
WHEN: 6:30pm cocktails, 7:00pm dinner  

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About the Foundation

The Joy Smith Foundation works to ensure that every Canadian man, woman and child is safe from manipulation, force, or abuse of power designed to lure and exploit them into the sex trade or forced labour. This is achieved through educating the public, and providing funds and support to front-line organizations that rescue and rehabilitate victims and safeguard all Canadians from human trafficking.
What is Human Trafficking
"Human Trafficking, also known as Modern Day Slavery, is the recruitment, transportation, or harbouring of persons for the purpose of exploitation, typically in the sex trade or forced labour. It is the fastest growing and second most lucrative criminal enterprise globally. Young girls and boys are taken from Canadian streets and sold abroad. Vulnerable internationals are coerced into prostitution in Canada. This is a crime that reaches all elements of our society.”