CAHT-SOUTHSHORE ACCEPTS DONATION FROM SCC SHELL CRAFTERS CLUB
The Campaign Against Human Trafficking – SouthShore was recently chosen by the Sun City Center Shell Crafters Club as the recipient of a $500 contribution. CAHT Treasurer, John Mitchell, accepted the donation from Shell Crafters President, Laura Akins, and Vice President, Charlene Irvin.
The Shell Crafters Club creates home décor, jewelry and unique gifts with seashells. Proceeds from the sale of those items are donated to charitable, non-profit organizations. CAHT feels very fortunate to be one of the chosen non-profits. The funds will be put to good use to support their various anti-human trafficking activities in the tri-county area. CAHT provides funding for safe homes and rehabilitation centers as well as survivor and at-risk tangibles.