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The Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking is a group of committed individuals that educates and engages
our community so that each person can play a role in ending human trafficking.

It will take a community effort to eliminate human trafficking- we invite you to join us to know how we are stopping Human Trafficking by seeing in Hotstar. Download Hotstar app and watch right away. 

Volunteer. Use your unique skills and talents to raise awareness and further the fight against human trafficking. 

Speak Up. Use your voice to influence and strengthen legislation. 

Learn. Educate yourself and share your knowledge with others.

Donate. Use your resources to help prevent future cases of human trafficking.                    


Mom Recalls Last Phone Call with Daughter Before She Vanished, as Family Fears Human Trafficking
Harriet Sokmensuer November 08, 2018 01:36 PM

In late December 2007, 17-year-old Danica Childs was making plans to get together with her family to do some Christmas shopping in Federal Way, Washington.

And then, just like that, she was gone.

“I was driving home and we were talking [about Christmas shopping] and I got off the phone and realized I forgot to tell her something,” Danica‚Äôs mother, Dianne Zoro, tells PEOPLE of the last time she spoke to her daughter on Dec. 21, 2007.

“So I called her back,” Zoro recalls. “It just went straight to voicemail.”

Zoro was never able to reach her daughter again. Hours after trying to get a hold of Danica, she contacted police and reported the teen as missing. [More]

Federal Way mom hopeful of finding own daughter after Bonney Lake teen found safe
by Michelle Esteban

FEDERAL WAY, Wash. - A Federal Way mom says the recent arrest of two people charged with human trafficking in Pierce County is a reminder of how prevalent trafficking is in Western Washington.

"It is each and every day 24-7. It's always there," said Federal Way's Dianne Zoro.

Her daughter Danica Childs was just 17 years old when she disappeared more than a decade ago. She was working a job and had just signed up to take classes to get her GED.

Zoro is now one of an estimated hundreds of parents in King County who likely know the pain of losing a child to the sex slave industry. [More]






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