Church selling trees, raising money to stop child sex trafficking

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – You can buy a tree that can change a life. That's what a local church is hoping you'll do this holiday season.

Solid Rock in Louisville is selling Christmas trees to help raise money for children in Cambodia, giving them a way out of sex trafficking.

"Wanting to help children cause we're a church that loves kids and when you think about the human trafficking around the globe but especially the human trafficking to harm children. We wanted to do something to combat that so with this program we're able to do that this Christmas season," Jonathan Boling said, the lead pastor at Solid Rock Louisville.

Solid Rock will be selling Frasier Furs trees until December 10.

One-hundred percent of the proceeds will go to help children both globally and locally.

15-percent of the profit will stay right here in Louisville while the other 85-percent goes to Cambodia.


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