Interested in helping or getting involved? Contact Wendy Smith or Mary Bofill. 


At Calvary Worship Center, we strive to combat Human Trafficking by shining the light of God’s justice through community awareness programs and supporting local recovery organizations.


To shine God’s light and love on our community by standing against the darkness of human trafficking.


Human Trafficking is the fastest-growing crime in the United States. The 2016 Department of State TIP Report indicated that there are now more U.S.-born victims than foreign-born victims within the U.S. Middle school and high school students are the most vulnerable targets for sex trafficking.

In a 2013 study, 36% of victims reported that their trafficker was a family member, 27% indicated that their trafficker was a boyfriend or partner, 14% an employer or friend of the family. This same study revealed that the vast majority of traffickers were known to their victims prior to their trafficking experience; only 9% were reported to be strangers. (Governor's Council on Human Trafficking).

Some of the tactics traffickers use: familial recruitment, intimate partner recruitment, and social media recruitment. Human trafficking is a $32 billion a year industry. In Denver, a pimp's average income is $31,200 a week!

According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, in 2016 Colorado had 120 reported cases, up from 77 in 2015 and 67 in 2014 ( One in 6 runaways reported to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in 2016 were likely victims of sex trafficking (  The FBI held a nationwide sting operation the weekend of October 14th.  There were 17 victims of sex trafficking rescued in Denver. The two youngest were 3 months and 5 years old.  This is an unacceptable tragedy.

Some ways to recognize victims of trafficking:

 - Evidence of being controlled

 - Evidence of inability to move or leave a job

 - Bruises or other signs of physical abuse

 - Not speaking on own behalf and/or non-English speaking

(Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado)


Where to go to report possible trafficking and/or to go for help:

National Hotline: 888-3737-888

Colorado Human Trafficking Hotline: 866-455-5075

Put these numbers in your phone!


In an effort to combat Human Trafficking, Calvary Worship Center of Colorado Springs launched the Unveiled ministry in 2015; a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase awareness/public education, support law enforcement agencies and local recovery/support organizations.  As part of this mission we provide "Unveiled Bags" to law enforcement agencies (e.g., Colorado Springs Police Department's Human Trafficking division as well as the FBI).  These bags include personal hygiene items and a change of clothes for victims rescued from sex trafficking.  Each bag costs Unveiled a minimum of $100 dollars, plus shipping.  Our first year we provided 70 bags to local law enforcement.   In just the first 4 months of 2017 we have already provided 154 bags.  In fact 94 bags were recently provided to the FBI for their annual national effort to rescue those trapped in human trafficking.  We are also providing miscellaneous items to help in after-care for survivors.


If you would like someone from Unveiled to speak to a group you are associated with about human trafficking please contact Wendy Smith at 719-323-0333 & or Mary Bofill at


Back Pack Items: 

       Please drop off these items to bless      Women and Men escaping from trafficking: 

                     BAGS FOR WOMEN:
   Clothing items needed in Women's sizes small, medium, large (esp. M and L)

  • Women's Travel kit with travel sized personal hygiene items like shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, deodorant, Toothbrush & Toothpaste. (e.g. sold at Walgreen's or Walmart)
  • Chapstick
  • Loose fitting knit pants 
  • T-Shirts (No words or logos please)
  • Hoodie
  • Boy-cut style ladies underwear
  • Sports Bra
  • Slippers or Flip-Flops (consider season)
  • Hair Brush
  • Blister Gel Bandages
  • Small Fleece Blanket
  • $15 gift cards for fast food (e.g. Subway, Burger King, McDonald's)
  • $10 for Shipping

                      BAGS FOR GUYS:
                     (Men's sizes M-XL)

  • Men’s Travel kit with travel sized personal hygiene items like shampoo, conditioner, body wash, deodorant, Toothbrush & Toothpaste. (e.g. sold at Walgreen’s or Walmart)
  • Shaving supplies

  • Sweatpants
  • Hoodie
  • T-Shirt
  • 2 pair Boxers
  • Socks
  • Hair Brush
  • Flip Flops or Slippers
  • Blister Gel Bandages
  • Small Fleece Blanket
  • $15 gift card for fast food (e.g. Subway, Burger King, McDonald’s)
  • $10 for shipping

In place of items, monetary donations also help purchase needed items and cover shipping.

 Keep tags on products, but remove prices.

Do not include:

Used or damaged items, any clothing or hygiene products with a sexually suggestive message, chocolate, expired food, crushable food or any sharp objects such as razors, nail clippers or scissors.