Collaborative t-shirts shine light on human trafficking in the Tri-Cities
TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- Human trafficking happens in Tri-Cities community, and one resource center wants your help shining some light this Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
The Support, Advocacy, and Resource Center (SARC) has collaborated with Love the Tri to design new t-shirts.
They're selling the shirts to bring more awareness to the trafficking that happens in the Tri-Cities.
"But even more importantly for survivors is to see there are people in our community that really care and know that they exist,” SARC Executive Director JoDee Garretson said. “Because a lot of survivors think people don't understand that it is happening here."
You can show support by purchasing a t-shirt for $15. They’re for sale at the SARC office in Kennewick. You can also buy them at the CBC basketball game on Wednesday.
SARC is encouraging people to post on social media with the hashtag #shinethelightontrafficking.