WNY woman opens new drop-in center for human trafficking victims, plans to walk 902 miles to raise awareness


Beginning May 3 and ending on June 19 Galloway and her team are taking part in what’s being called the FreeTHEM Walk.  It’s a way to pay homage to enslaved people of the past and bring awareness to those of the present.

They’ll be walking more than 900 miles from Lynchburg, Virginia all the way to Buffalo using the Underground Railroad.

First a new home for human trafficking victims, then a long walk to follow

Buffalo Rising

Kelly Diane Galloway announced that she and her freedom fighting team would be embarking upon a 902-mile walk that would follow the trail of the Underground Railroad. The FreeThem Walk would be a signal – or beacon – for girls and women who were at-risk or facing ordeals involving human trafficking. 

The Challenger News

Project Mona’s House founder, Kelly Galloway will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 1:30pm today to announce the grand opening of the FreeTHEM Center. Located at 852 Kensington Ave., it is Buffalo’s new drop-in location for women victimized by human trafficking and at-risk girls

The Challenger News

Kelly Diane Galloway  Takes Her Fight To Raise Awareness Of  Human Trafficking To Another Level With   Visionary  “FREETHEM” Walk From Virginia To Buffalo

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