Love 146 hosts bake sale

photoBy Matthew Rich
Club 146 is funding the abolishment of human trafficking of children into the sex slavery industry by holding a bake sale this week.
“I think it’s a really great idea to have treats that kids enjoy, which is also for promoting a great cause,” said Matt Dunbar, an Ammerman campus sophomore, who purchased a cupcake from the sale.
Love 146 is an organization set up solely to abolish the trafficking of children. Children’s sex trafficking is the obtaining of a child for the purpose of a commercial sex act, where such an act is induced by force. Millions of children are being captured each year, and the world is unaware of this fact. According to UNICEF, two children are trafficked every minute.
Love 146 has set up a recovery program for surviving children. A round home promotes reflectiveness, a sense of peace, freedom, dignity and self-esteem, as well as playfulness, so that the children can simply be children again.
They also have many other activities such as a tree house for therapy sessions, a volleyball court, a punching bag for children to let out built up aggression and much more.
The bake sale was held on Monday, Oct. 14 in the lobby of the Babylon Student Center on the Ammerman Campus. This bake sale was run by students who are members of the club. All the profits went to the Love 146 group to help abolish child sex slavery.
To learn more about Love 146 and the child sex slavery industry visit

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