The Trust, founded by Steve Chalke, a Baptist minister in London in 1985, works in 11 countries focusing on local needs from health care, shelter, street children, human trafficking, leadership development and, in the United States, a just and inclusive world through advocacy and community development particularly in the Pasadena, California area. The Organization focuses its grantmaking on programs in Uganda, Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe, India, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and the United States. One of the primary programs the Trust supports is called “Stop the Traffik,” a global coalition against human trafficking. Additional information including contacts in specific countries is available on the Web site.
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