John Richmond Featured on Starfish Project Blog

By MOLLY WICKER

Co-founder John Cotton Richmond was recently featured on the Starfish Project blog, talking about his role in the fight against human trafficking.

“Hope springs from the fact that human trafficking can be stopped,” he said. “We are not powerless to confront this surge and we are not relegated to merely mitigating the consequences of trafficking.”

Starfish Project exists to restore hope to exploited women in Asia. They provide life change opportunities through Holistic Care Programs and social enterprise ventures, where women create jewelry and become managers, accountants, graphic designers, and photographers.

Their Holistic Care Programs provide vocational training, healthcare, shelter, counseling, and education grants for our women and their children. Starfish Project has employed over 130 women and has served thousands through our Community Outreach Services.

Click here to read the interview.

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Molly Wicker

Molly Wicker

Molly is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Grove City College, where she studied English and Economics. During college, she interned for The Pittsburgh Promise and PNC Financial Services, where she honed her communications and development skills. Molly is an avid writer and her work has been published in a number of places, including The New York Times. She is currently working with Institute in D.C. as a Falls Church Anglican Fellow.