Educate
Collaborate
to 
Eradicate
 
Home
 
      
About Us
 
      
Volunteer
 
      
Donate
 
      
FAQ
 
      
Contact Us
 
      
Mailing List
 
 

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. 

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. 



THANK YOU CITY OF FEDERAL WAY FOR JOINING US
IN THE 2017 BREAK THE CHAINS 5TH ANNUAL 5K!

A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR PLATINUM SPONSORS








THANK YOU TO OUR AMAZING 5K COORDINATORS
AND ALL OF THE 100 +
WONDERFUL VOLUNTEERS!!




VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR PICTURES AND DETAILS!





What You Don't Know Can Hurt Your Child

Computers and the Internet have revolutionized the way we communicate, work, shop and learn.
But along with the positive changes come new responsibilities and potential risks.
Hazards that begin with innocent computer use can threaten your family’s safety and well-being.

 

 

Gov. Inslee signs bills improving protection for sex assault, trafficking at Federal Way City Hall Friday
Jessica Keller
5/21/17

Gov. Jay Inslee signed bills into law improving protection for sexual assault and human trafficking victims Friday at Federal Way City Hall council chambers. Among the bills signed were HB 1079, which created a no-contact order for human trafficking and promoting prostitution-related offenses and HB 1543 protecting parental rights of sexual assault victims who have children as a consequence and limiting the rights of the perpetrators. Jessica Keller, the Mirror

Read more about a Federal Way mother whose daughter was a victim of human trafficking

Learn more about the Federal Way Coalition Against Human Trafficking by visiting http://www.fwcat.org/


 
Walk/run seeks to ‘break the chains of human trafficking’
Compiled by Mirror staff
5/19/17 7:00 AM





The Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking, a local group that works to educate, collaborate and eradicate human trafficking in King County,
is hosting its fifth annual 5-kilometer walk/run Saturday.

The event, which runs in conjunction with the Federal Way Farmers Market, begins at The Commons mall Sears parking lot. On-site registration begins at 8 a.m.
The entry fee is $20 per person, or $15 per person for a team of 10, with no cost for children 5 and younger. The walk/run begins at 10 a.m.

This year will feature two speakers, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Michael Anthony Jackson, a former Seattle Seahawk, who is also a father and stepfather,
will explain how his gridiron experiences has led to other success. [More]
 

Prosecutor: Hundreds of local kids are sex trafficking victims
By MyNorthwest.com, Staff report
3/01/17 4:00 PM

A second man has been arrested in Seattle’s Jungle homeless encampment, aka the Triangle, for allegedly raping and sex trafficking two young girls.

The girls were 13 and 16 years old.

“There were two girls, at least, that we know of,” said Val Richey, Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for King County. “One from New Jersey. One from Idaho, who ended up coming to Seattle, almost by accident, on a bus. They got off and stumbled into the encampment. That’s when it all began. [More]
 

 

 

July 25, 2017 - Tuesday
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
NO FWCAT Community Meeting
Federal Way, WA - EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center
August 22, 2017 - Tuesday
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
FWCAT Team Meeting/2018 Planning Session
Federal Way, WA - EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center
September 26, 2017 - Tuesday
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
FWCAT Community Meeting
Federal Way, WA - EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center
October 24, 2017 - Tuesday
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
FWCAT Team Meeting
Federal Way, WA - EX3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center

 


 

   
 


© 2017, Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking. All rights reserved.