Colors: Purple Color

Ebella Magazine, August/September 2017

As Nola Theiss flips through a glossy picture book illustrated by local children, the powerful message of the book can be seen in the drawings- abstract shapes with crying faces, hands holding the Earth, chains binding women to their prisons and handwritten messages like, “Stop Human Trafficking”.

Fort Myers, FL – News-Press, September 25, 2017

The Wildcats Charitable Foundation recently donated $7000. to Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships (HTAP) to support its programs which educate youth about the dangers of human trafficking through its art programs and other educational programs, including those held in school health classes, summer camps, afterschool programs and community events.

Grant News Press, Fort Myers, FL– October 16, 201 Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships (HTAP) receives $5000. grant from the John and Aliese Price  Foundation in support of its human trafficking prevention work to teach children in high risk neighborhoods about the dangers of human trafficking so they can learn how to protect themselves. It will also be used to educate parents and grandparents about human trafficking in the Dunbar area. It is important that the entire family

Island Sun Newspaper, October 13, 2017

The Rotary Club of Sanibel-Captiva supports Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships (HTAP) Prevention Power Day for children with outreach materials in English and Spanish. “This grant supports Prevention Power Day for kids in the Dunbar area at the Stars Complex in January, National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month”, said Nola Theiss, executive director of HTAP. “Children will participate in a fun activity which teaches them facts about human trafficking with participating social serve agencies who interact with the kids.