The 2017 Teen Writing and Poster Contest Announced!
We are pleased to announce the theme of SFCAHT's 2017 Teen Poster and Writing Contest: Stolen People, Stolen Dreams. The contest has been a powerful tool to raise awareness of human trafficking among school-age youth. Please help to spread the word and promote the contest!
In each contest we will be presenting the following prizes:
1st place: $500
2nd place: $200
3rd place: $50
Deadline for submission is
Febrary 6, 2017, 5:00pm.
To download the contest rules:
Click HERE for the Writing Contest.
Click HERE for the Poster Contest.
Prizes will be presented to the winners at the closing of the SFCAHT Annual Awareness Campaign on February 13, 2017.
Download a flyer HERE.
(more info about this event in the middle column)
2016 Winning Poster
Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 Modern-Day Abolitionist Awards!
Modern-Day Abolitionist Award for
Direct Services for Survivors of Human Trafficking
Hediana Utarti, Community Projects Coordinator, Asian Women's Shelter
Modern-Day Abolitionist Award for Advocacy
Sarai Smith-Mazariegos, CEO and Founder of S.H.A.D.E.
Modern-Day Abolitionist Award for Enforcement:
Kulvindar Rani Singh, Assistant District Attorney, San Francisco DA's Office
Kimberly Hunter, Research Analyst, Crime Strategies Unit, San Francisco DA's Office
Molly Braun, Investigator, San Francisco DA's Office
The ceremony for honoring the recipients
of the 2017 Modern-Day Abolitionist Awards took place at the SFCAHT Annual Press Conference on January 11, 2017 at San Francisco City Hall in the Board of Supervisors' Committee Room.
Click HERE to download the bios.
San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking's
2017 Anti-Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign
Kickoff Press Conference