Invisible Innocence hosts fundraiser to help human trafficking victims

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BISMARCK, ND - Someone in a bad situation needs a way out, but who would expect that spaghetti would be an answer.​

A Way Out is the name of a spaghetti dinner set up to raise money for Invisible Innocence, an organization for helping victims of human trafficking.

All proceeds from the dinner are going towards their new campaign to start a temporary home specifically for victims of human trafficking, the first of its kind in the state of North Dakota.

The mission statement of Invisible Innocence is "to give hope and a home to survivors of human trafficking."

"When you offer someone who has nothing some hope, you are empowering them and you're giving them a sense of endearment, and when you're providing them a home you're giving them safety and shelter, and a reason to keep moving forward," said Brandi Jude, founder of Invisible Innocence.

If you would like to learn more, or donate to Invisible Innocence, you can check out their website at invisibleinnocence.org