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YWCA Miami is hosting the S.O.A.P. (Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution) Project for Super Bowl LIV. This volunteer effort will bring awareness about human trafficking, the second-leading crime in the world. S.O.A.P. is a charitable and educational organization, specifically focused on educating and increasing awareness in the public on the prevalence of human trafficking, to restore trafficked survivors and to prevent teens from being victimized by domestic, minor, sex trafficking.
The project consists of us to labeling and distributing 60,000 life-saving bars of soap and makeup wipes to hotel rooms in Miami-Dade (some hotels in Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, too) leading up to Super Bowl LIV (54). Over the past ten years, S.O.A.P. volunteers have given out more than 1.5 million bars of soap, labeled with the National Human Trafficking Hotline resulting in victims of human trafficking being rescued.
This will be our largest outreach ever and we hope you can join us!