Local Companies Team Up To Fight Sex Trafficking

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesota-based company My Sister is teaming up with a private family foundation in efforts to quell sex trafficking in the state.

From May 14 to May 21 My Sister will match all online purchases dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000 to be donated to MN Girls Art Not For Sale.

MN Girls Are Not For Sale is an anti-trafficking program that was started in 2010 by the Women’s Foundation.

Additionally, six percent of all sales will be donated to MN Girls Are Not For Sale and Maiti Nepal.

My Sister works to raise awareness of sex trafficking and modern day slavery. They sell a number of fair trade products, proceeds of which go to help sex trafficking survivors.

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