Hoʻōla Nā Pua has been featured in a great article in Hawaiʻi Hospitality concerning the Hotel Industry’s role in combating human sex-trafficking in Hawaiʻi.
Caitlin Caldwell’s volunteer experience began when her friend, Jennifer Barrett, encouraged Caitlin to accompany her to a Hoʻōla Nā Pua volunteer orientation in January. Shocked by the proximity and prevalence of sex trafficking in the islands, both friends decided to get involved.
Hoʻōla Nā Pua is now a beneficiary of the 3Strands Break Free Run – The Race to End Human Trafficking: a four race series coupled with a “virtual runners” online fundraising event.
Our President, Jessica Munoz, recently wrote an guest article for the anti-human slavery project End Slavery Now concerning human trafficking and the health care profession.