A Mandan nonprofit is raising money for survivors of human trafficking

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MANDAN, N.D. - A nonprofit in Mandan was looking for help to serve survivors of human trafficking with a new program.

Serve for survivors was raising funds to launch a program called Empower Hour that will help provide survivors of human trafficking with resources they need to return to normalcy. It's all being organized by a local nonprofit called Invisible Innocence.

"North Dakota is considered one of the most easily accessible states for trafficking, known by traffickers. We're a frontier state, we have a lot of rural communities so it's easy to hide exploitative behaviors and actions," said Brandi Jude, Invisible Innocence Founder.

For more information or to donate to the cause you can check out the website at: invisibleinnocence.org