Hello! My name is Danielle, I work in administration with Loudoun County Fire and Rescue. I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in posting the Fire and Rescue's annual coat drive on your site or in your varying homeowner's association newsletters. If you would like further information, other than this website, please feel free reach out to me, Danielle Brosan 571-528-6268 or Danielle.Brosan@loudoun.gov
Across the United States, children from all communities are being exploited before, during, and after school, regardless of socio-economic class, race, gender, and religion. The average age of these victims is only 12–15 years old. To help reduce the threat in the Purcellville area, the Purcellville Police Department will host a Community Conversation on November 3 from 7:00–8:30 PM in partnership with Anti-Trafficking International (ATI).
How You Can Stop Human Trafficking Before It Starts will be free and open to the public at Purcellville’s Town Hall and via livestream. Bill Woolf and Priscilla Hatfield will address the common methods human traffickers use to groom and trick their victims, how to identify the warning signs of a person being targeted or exploited, and what community members can do to help stop this crisis. A Q&A session will follow.