Swinging for Change: Carroll University Raises Money for Sex Trafficking Victims
Exploit No More is working with churches like Elmbrook Church and Waukesha City Church to help sex trafficking victims.
Carroll University students, staff and faculty are swinging for 27 hours straight on the campus’ main lawn to raise funds for victims of sex trafficking. The Swinging for Change event continues until noon Friday.
In the above video, Chealse Stokes, a Carroll University senior, shares why they are spending the time raising funds. Exploit No More is a coalition of Milwaukee area churches, including Waukesha City Church and Elmbrook Church, that are assisting sex trafficking victims.
"It helps them spiritually, emotionally, psychologically getting through that," Stokes said.
The 27-hour duration represents the estimated 27 million people enslaved in the world today.
Funds raised will be donated to Exploit No More, a Milwaukee-based organization that provides shelter, counseling and social services for young girls who are victims of human trafficking in the Milwaukee area.