2020 Spring Break
Rosarito, Mexico (Week 2)
The San Diego/Tijuana border is the busiest border crossing in the world. Despite significant increases in security over the years, the border remains a place where human beings—especially women and children—are bought, sold, and forced into the sex industry in both Mexico and the United States. This week we will learn from, serve with, and love on survivors of sex trafficking.
Here are some facts:
•According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), human trafficking is a $32 billion dollar-a-year global industry;
•Approximately 27 million people are slaves in the world today.
•Each year, between 16,000 to 20,000 children become victims of human trafficking in Mexico.
•15 years old is the average age of entry into child commercial sexual exploitation (CSEC).
Join us for a week that will change your life.
What Schools - Bread Coffeehouse, Sojourn Newport, & UMass Boston
Trip Dates - Saturday, March 14th through Saturday, March 21st
Trip Cost - $850 (covers everything for the trip - food, airfare, lodging)
Deposit - $100 non-refundable deposit is due before December 8th
Questions - Email Tyler from the Sojourn staff or reach out to your campus minister.
Step One - Register
Step Two - Payment
Spring Break payments do not qualify as tax deductible contributions.
All electronic payments reflect a small electronic fee that we incur to process the payments online.