January is Human Trafficking Prevention & Awareness Month.
January 11th is Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Would you give $11 to help change a woman's life?
4Sarah-AL Chapter needs YOU
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is recognized each year on January 11th. In recognition of this important day, and throughout the month of January, 4Sarah-AL, will be hosting a fundraiser to help with our scholarship program, support assistance & outreach programs. We challenge you on 1/11/21 to donate $11 to help change a life.
4Sarah is a nonprofit faith based organization that empowers change in the life direction of women and girls working in the sex industry as a stripper, prostitute, escort, porn star, or victim of sex trafficking. Kasey McClure established 4Sarah in 2005 and has trained outreach teams that participate in strip club and street outreaches. The 4Sarah team also reaches out to escorts that work online during our call center outreach.
When Kasey McClure was three years old she was being sexually molested by her father but he was never prosecuted for his crime. By the age of 18 years old, Kasey followed her older sister to Atlanta to work at the world Famous Gold Club as a stripper. She fell into the trap of the sex industry and worked in strip clubs for almost 6 years.
In 2003, Kasey gained enough courage through the support of her church and husband to walk away from that destructive lifestyle. Kasey found out she was pregnant with her first child (Sarah) and knew she could not return. During her pregnancy, she felt God wanted her to show the women a way out of the sex industry like He showed her. She knew that having her daughter Sarah was a turning point in her life so she created 4Sarah, Inc.
In 2019, 4Sarah-Al Chapter, was formed. Rachael Cain, Kasey's older sister, became the Outreach Director for Alabama. Rachael is a former dancer of 20 years and has joined forces with her sister to help change these ladies lives. Rachael has been doing outreaches to the clubs in the AL & FLA, area since April of 2019. She works with other local nonprofits, as well.
Rachael is a survivor of child sex abuse from her father, from the age of 5-11 years old. At 9 years old, she told her mother, but her mother didn't believe her. She has struggled most of her life with mental health disorders from all of this. At the age of 12, she began doing drugs to escape the pain. As she got older, she went through a couple of domestic violence relationships , sexual assault and multiple suicide attempts.
In 2006, Rachael was saved. She has given her life to God and wants to show others the way out now, as well.
4Sarah's vision is to see all women and girls exit the sex industry, find true healing from their past trauma, and to find their purpose in life through a relationship with Jesus Christ