5K walk, run held in Springfield to raise awareness of human trafficking – WWLP.com

Massachusetts Human Trafficking
5K walk, run held in Springfield to raise awareness of human trafficking – WWLP.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A 5K and walk-a-thon was held Saturday at Forest Park in Springfield. 

Dozens of people ran and walked the roads of Forest Park for Evangel Assembly’s “Stop Traffic 5K” 

The mission of the walk is to raise the awareness of Human Trafficking in western Massachusetts.

Human Trafficking is the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation.

Proceeds from the race were donated to Route One Ministry,  a non-profit organization that works to combat human trafficking. 

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