Metro United Way is joining with UPS and other nonprofits on an effort to detect human trafficking and determine what services are needed to combat it. The initiative, which will start in four pilot cities, will be funded in part by $3 million donated by UPS employees.
Metro United Way launches human trafficking initiative
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