Stolen Youth brings hope to Seattle

Stolen Youth's Paula Clapp is joined by Noel Gomez to discuss the issue of human trafficking in Seattle and what their organizations are doing to help save as many children as possible.

Stolen Youth is a non-profit, fundraising organization that funds local organizations aimed at helping sexually exploited youth. Vice President of the Board, Paula Clapp discussed the issue of human trafficking and the effects in Seattle. Stolen Youth was created after a group of Seattle

women discovered 300-500 local teens in Seattle were being forced into prostitution. Stolen Youth launched the #NotOnOurWatch campaign to bring attention to this human rights issue.

Noel Gomez shares her empowering story of overcoming the horrific life of prostitution and abuse to create her own non-profit Organization Prostitution Survivors which provides support for other women and girls suffering through this tragedy.

Stolen Youth is hosting a fundraiser lunch, Not On Our Watch Luncheon 2015 on April 29th 2015. For additional information and to make a reservation to join Stolen Youth for this event please visit their website.

Not On Our Watch Luncheon -Information and Tickets

Organization Prostitution Survivors


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