ST. LOUIS ( KTVI) The International Crisis Aid mission is to assist in sustaining life, bring encouragement to those suffering and collaborate with other relief organizations in bringing necessary food, materials and medicines to people in times of crisis, particularly were life and death situations exist. To accomplish this vision, they continue to target on going efforts in “no-go zones” were other organizations cannot go.
International Crisis Aid (ICA) is working to end sex trafficking that is sweeping the globe. It is a worldwide epidemic that is driven by money and perversion. It is not just a problem in foreign countries, it is also happening in the United States and in Missouri. Hard to believe? The harsh reality is the United States is among the top countries in the word for trafficking.
ICA is a nonprofit organization that is fighting this battle head on. ICA has multiple safe homes internationally. Once rescued and taken to a secure home, the girls receive food, shelter, medical care, legal support, counseling and an education.
ICA has rescued dozens of girls, some as young as 4 years old, and given them a second chance at life. ICA invites you to partner with them in helping millions who are without a voice. Your partnership with ICA will create a “movement” against sex trafficking, a global movement that will save one precious life at a time. For more information please log onto http://www.crisisaid.org/
Kay Bach with Monarch Jewelry is hosting an upcoming fund raiser to benefit St. Louis Crisis Aid Safe Home. The event will be held at the “Dream House & Tea Room” located at Claymont Center 15425 Clayton at Kehrs Mill, Ballwin Missouri on May 1st, 2014 at 5 p.m. A Spring Fashion Show Supper commencing with 5 to 6 p.m. social hour. For information please call 636-227-7640 or log onto http://www.dreamhouseandtearoom.com/Spring_Fashion_Show_Supper.html