Washington Engage works through

  community coalitions to

     PREVENT human trafficking

What is CAI? Progress of CAI Map of Action Teams             

Backpage on Trial & More!

Read about: Human Trafficking & Public Health, Landmark Lawsuit Against Backpage & Olympia Rally, Shopping for Freedom, and the upcoming partner event Let Justice Roll Down.  View Newsletter: HERE

Kudos to FBI's Operation Cross Country VIII

Operation offers clues on trafficking prevention, Statistics from operation, Thank you to collaborating agencies, Major King County high school teachers surveyed, Not In My City Declaration July signature goal. View Newsletter: HERE

CATs’ Education and Awareness Highlights and More

CAT leader honored, Event Summaries, Not In City Declaration Update, Upcoming events, and All donations doubled through Father's Day.
View Newsletter: HERE

CAT, associated area & partner' events in April & May
We are grateful for the efforts of WAE’s Coalitions Against Trafficking, as well as associated areas and partners.
Click here for the list.

March 2014 Newsletter
WAE launches the Not In My City Declaration, survey's inform priorities, WCAT event debrief, resources for ways to engage, and upcoming events.
View Newsletter: HERE

February 2014 Newsletter


Check out our latest newsletter to read about our January efforts, the cities & counties that have signed the Anit-Trafficking Proclamation, a fundraising opportunity, upcoming events and our 2013 Financial Report : click HERE

Trafficking Awareness Event at CenturyLink Field  Sat, January 11th 2014
It just so happens that the first Seahawks playoff game falls on National Human Trafficking Day......  Please join the East King County and Pierce County CAT teams as they bring awareness to Our City!
   

Gathering @11:30am on Occidental Ave S. in front of Sluggers & the Elysian
Event Begins @12pm
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WA Engage's 2013 Accomplishments!

Read about our amazing year full of accomplishments, recognition, and presentations. Read our 2013 Accomplishment Summary

WA Engage 2014  Goals
For 2014, we need your support to further the CAT Initiative through the following project goals:

  1. Strengthen the strategic organizing of our current coalitions to develop collective impact in their community
  2. Empower coalitions to increase awareness and understanding of human trafficking
  3. Equip advocacy for training and integration of prevention policies in public and private sectors
  4. Protect youth from becoming victims of sex trafficking or potential buyers
  5. Increase awareness on the root causes of human trafficking
Success will enable replication of coalitions in new areas in 2015!


 

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