United Methodist Church Award

United Methodist Church awarded Campaign Against Human Trafficking-SouthShore, known as CAHT, a $4,019 check for being chosen as January’s Mission of the Month.  UMC’s Ministries program chooses each month a local nonprofit that they feel benefits the community through their services and education programs.  CAHT was chosen by the Ministries…

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General Meeting March 18, 2019

12:30 Social, 1:00 pm meeting. United Methodist Church, SCC The general meeting’s guest speaker will be Cynthia Frato, Residential Operations Manager of Children’s Home Network, Tampa, FL.  Ms. Frato will share one the key programs CAHT supports, AIM – Adolescents in Maternity. The program focuses on teaching young mothers about…

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Community Outreach

March 5, 2019 Men’s Club Consumer Protection Forum SCC Community Hall – 9am to noon We will have a table. Stop by or volunteer. Call Jim McDermott to volunteer for an hour – 774-240-2570

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Impacting Human Trafficking

One of the most important things we can do to impact Human Trafficking is be aware of what is going on at the Federal,  State and Local level regarding proposed laws and actions and let our elected representatives know what actions we want them to take.    If you live…

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Gulf Coast Legal Services New Location in Wimauma

Yesterday, Feb. 7, CAHT delivered a $500 donation to GulfCoast Legal Services new location in Wimauma at Beth El Food Ministries. GulfCoast Legal Services is opening a free legal clinic on February 19th. Photo is of Malvina Tashi, Esq., Supervising Attorney and CAHT President Annie Garrison

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TIME TO RENEW YOUR CAHT MEMBERSHIP

TIME TO RENEW YOUR CAHT MEMBERSHIP! $20 goes a long way in helping our vulnerable members of our community and our students. You can find the application on our web page and we will have them at our meeting.   Click here for application   CAHT_Membership_Application 2019

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