REACHING OUT TO WOMEN, men, boys or GIRLS RESCUED
from HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Working with women, men, boys and girls who escape from
human trafficking in Canada, more particularly,
in our own backyards in Ontario.
shining a LIGHT on HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Beacon Bags is a non-profit organization with a heart for girls and women who have escaped human trafficking in our region, South Eastern Ontario, from Belleville to Cornwall also Ottawa to Pembroke. Our purpose is to educate and increase awareness around this issue with the ultimate goal of opening up a home that provides a safe haven for those affected.
Since 2017, we have donated countless bags filled with essential items directly to the women saved from trafficking. We have continued to grow year over year, with fundraisers, awareness programs, and informational sessions with churches, youth groups, and special interest clubs in Ontario.
As we continue our calling in earnest, we welcome new partners and patrons that are passionate about these issues. Please reach out for partnership opportunities, if you have questions, or would like education on human trafficking.
fundraiser - walk 4 freedom
Thank you for being part of this cause!
tHANK YOU to each and every one...
...of you who attended our first annual golf tournament in Prescott and thank you to our precious team for being part of this event.
Every donation achieved through the golf tournament has gone toward Beacon Bags’ vision – of opening a ‘’Wellness Center’’ for women/girls rescued from human trafficking.
We invite you to mark September 13th on your calendar for next year’s tournament to be held at the same location – the Prescott Golf Club.
More information will be provided as the date approaches.
In the meantime, please have a wonderful fall/winter season!
On behalf of the entire Beacon Bags Team!
volunteer Board & Committee Members
Beacon Bags is currently seeking to fill volunteer Board of Director as well as Committee member vacancies with individuals who are interested and willing to share their expertise, experience and passion to serve the needs of women and girls that have fallen victim to human trafficking and sexual violence.
In this interview, Denise March shares candidly her heart with Rick Lott concerning the women and girls who were trapped in human trafficking.
Surrounded by a great team and partners, their aspiration is to provide a safe place for survivors.