Human Trafficking: Canada's Secret Shame
The Joy Smith Foundation has produced a documentary about human trafficking today in Canada, and the work of the Foundation and others to suppress it. It is an authentic story told by experts across Canada. Directors of leading NGOs speak about rescuing and rehabilitating survivors. A police officer talks about taking down trafficking rings and bringing perpetrators to justice. A reformed trafficker tells how he lured young girls into the sex trade. A parent whose daughter was trafficked recalls the
heart wrenching agony of what he and his family went through. A survivor of human trafficking tells her story.
"It is critical that everyone watch the documentary to better understand how traffickers work so they can protect themselves and their families.” Megan Walker, Executive Director, London Abused Women’s Centre
The Mother Bear Necklace
Created by Hilary Druxman Design, and inspired by Joy Smith’s work on human trafficking
"A symbol of strength and courage, the Mother Bear is known for her fierce protection of her young against predators. The Joy Smith Foundation is committed to the protection of our youth and others from human traffickers. 100% of the net proceeds will support awareness programs about human traffickers and how they work to lure our youth and others into the sex trade.”
Sterling silver bear pendant on a 16-18” chain.
Faith, Life & Leadership
Eight Canadian Women Tell Their Stories
Chapter seven "Journeying From Mother to Changemaker” by Joy Smith
Eight successful, Godly women share their unique stories and lessons from their journeys to becoming strong leaders in Canada.