event will be held at the UAW Hall at 2300 Ashland Avenue from
10am-Noon on Saturday, January 18th, 2020. Doors will open at
9:30am. Leaders from various faith communities will offer
prayers focusing on those affected by human trafficking and the
efforts to combat it. The keynote speaker for this year’s event
is Kylee Gregg, a human trafficking Survivor/ Thriver who
will be sharing her experience.
tables from several area agencies will be on hand to
provideinformation on the services they provide within the
community. We look forward to the fellowship and the opportunity
to utilize our faith as we focus our efforts to end human
trafficking in our region. All are invited to join us.
National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s
Club Inc. Maumee Bay will volunteer with the Coalition at
this year’s event.A light breakfast will be served. Attendees
are asked to bring a personalhygiene item to donate to local
human trafficking victims.
LCHTC was established in 2008 and implemented in January 2009 to
combat human trafficking in Toledo and the surrounding region.
The Coalition is comprised of health care professionals, social
workers, law enforcement, government agencies, health
departments, churches, concerned citizens and many others who
work to combat human trafficking in
LCHTC meets the third Wednesday of every month at 9:15am at the
Kent Branch Library. All are invited to attend. Please
follow the Lucas County Human Trafficking Coalition on Facebook
for information and event information related to human
trafficking throughout Northwest Ohio.
information about the Prayer Breakfast, please contact
Brenda Holsey, Co-Chair of the LCHTC Events & Marketing