CAHT (Campaign Against Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence -Southshore) is featuring at their Feb. 15th general meeting Rev. Kenny Irby, Director, Community Intervention & Juvenile Outreach, St. Petersburg Police Department, as their guest speaker. Rev. Irby is senior pastor of the Historic Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church as well co-creator and president of the Men & Women in the Making Initiative, an innovative role modeling and academic enrichment program for minority youth in need. Rev. Irby will share his experiences in assisting struggling youth who become involved in the court and prison systems. Meeting is at 1 pm and by zoom invitation. It is free but you must register. Send Annie Garrison at firstname.lastname@example.org a request to be invited. Zoom invites will go the Thursday, Feb. 11, before the meeting. The meeting is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 15th, at 1 pm. There will be other information shared about what CAHT is accomplishing in our community as well as door prizes. For further information about CAHT and to renew your membership of $20 please visit their web page: www.sccblueheart.org. Right now, CAHT is holding a special membership contest. For further information about CAHT, call Robbie Chaplin, president at 319-360-7025 or by email at email@example.com.
CAHT’s mission is to support the fight against Human Trafficking and related domestic violence issues by providing educational awareness and prevention activities to schools and the community- at- large. The ten-year old all-volunteer nonprofit works with multi-cultural groups in providing short-term housing and other basic needs to families as well as mentoring, scholarships, and referral services. They also donate needed funding and/or tangible items to at-risk youth, law enforcement, regional anti-human trafficking nonprofits, and rehabilitation homes and centers.