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 committee for the month of January. The monies donated are raised by the UMC parishioners during the Sunday services in January. CAHT plans on using the funds in their expanding back-packing program for struggling children, teens and human trafficking and domestic violence victims. AHT is the recipient of January’s Mission of the Month, receiving a check for $4,000 from the church. The monies will be used to fund our education and prevention programs in our area schools as well as other nonprofits working on the front line in providing homes and rehabilitation for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.