If you are visiting our page for the first time, you will quickly realize that we roast with a purpose. We understand this TOPIC is uneasy for many to read about and we know some may be offended that we are "BLOGGING" to bring awareness, however, we are firm that every life does matter and we want to be the voice for those who have no voice and also help educate families.
I call this post Invisible Chains because someone recently asked, "Why don't they just run away from the people have stolen them?" Although the answer may seem simple to someone who IS NOT held captive, the answer IS NOT that simple. Although chains and ropes are often used to hold victims in captivity, the real danger is the Invisible Chains, the PURPOSED psychological brainwashing of the victim.
What fits the profile of a trafficked victim? There is NO PROFILE. They can be male/female, documented/US citizen, cross socio-economic backgrounds; there is NO single profile. Most victims are American and are being domestically trafficked. because anyone can be trafficked. Anyone.
One of the organizations we support, Hepzibah House, was recently interviewed on Channel 5 news. I have known founder, Becky Dymond for over 15 years. I am posting this interview because it gives a clearer understanding of what is actually happening in OUR local communities.
Blooming Bean is passionate about our cause to help advocate and fight child trafficking in the United States by financially supporting organizations, like Hepzibah House and Grace Place School, which are making a REAL difference to rescue, bring healing and restore survivors so they can Bloom into WHO they were truly meant to be. We roast for you, our customer, with them in mind.