Helping Victims of Human Trafficking

Eagle Time gives back to The Covering House
Posted on 05/07/2018
Keeler's Eagle Time gives backA group of Orchard Farm students learned about human trafficking through a local non-profit. Ms. Keeler’s Eagle Time visited The Covering House today.  The organization is a nonprofit committed to helping trafficking victims under 18 years of age. This local organization provides a safe space for the victims, opens pathways to graduation and provides tools to navigate adulthood despite past trauma.  

The Covering House strives to educate the general population on how prevalent trafficking is in the St. Louis area. The Covering House staff taught Keeler's students how to prevent trafficking and offer help after graduation. Some of Keeler's students hope to now serve on a Youth Empowerment Council. 

Each month, The Covering House asks for donations for specific items the victims need. Senior Payton Dill spearheaded the supply drive for The Covering House. 
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