One Woman Making a Difference for Victims


A woman from Sheffield England began her own brand of jewelry to support victims of trafficking…

Rachel Salway markets her fair trade products online to aid charities in the UK that fight human trafficking.  But now Rachel, who is 41-years-old, will open her own store this Saturday.  She left her career in leisure and retail management after fifteen years, because she heard some of the terrible stories of children who are sold and abused worldwide.  He website campaign at is called STOP the Traffick!   Proceeds also support Sheffield’s Snowdrop Project that provides support after victims have exhausted their 45-day government support period.  One person can make a difference.

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