Day Air Credit Union proud sponsor of second annual Human Trafficking Conference presented by Oasis House
KETTERING, OH (February 10, 2023) — Day Air Credit Union partnered with Oasis House to sponsor the second annual Human Trafficking Conference on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, held on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 at the Dayton Masonic Center. The Human Trafficking Conference was held to educate and inform key stakeholders, such as public servants, police, first responders, healthcare professionals, and the public in general, about human trafficking.
“This is the largest educational event in Southwest Ohio to support victims and survivors of human trafficking”, stated Glenda Hoagland, Development Director, Board Vice Chair. “Hundreds of women alone in the Miami
Valley, find themselves victims of human trafficking. Many are the survivors of childhood and adolescent sexual abuse. A common misconception is that these women are doing it of their own free will. It may look like that at first
glance, but more times than not there is force, fraud or coercion compelling them into the industry and preventing them from exiting safely. Experience shows once they are out, they need an abundance of caring support from organizations like Oasis House to guide them as they work toward good health, wellness, and self-sufficiency.”
About Day Air Credit Union
Established in 1945, Day Air Credit Union is the largest financial institution headquartered in Montgomery County and proudly serves businesses and residents of the Miami Valley in southwest Ohio. Day Air is a not-for-profit, full-service financial cooperative with over $600 million in assets and more than 47,000 members. Credit Union members have access to over 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs and more than 5,900 shared branches nationwide. Membership is open to people living, working, worshiping, or attending school in the Miami Valley. Visit dayair.org for more information
About Oasis House
Oasis House offers hope and support to women survivors of trauma, sexual exploitation, and substance abuse. They do this by promoting healing, restoration, and empowerment through Christ’s unconditional love, teaching practical life skills, and mentoring through a transformational process. The vision of Oasis House is that of women growing individually and collectively, while living in a community. They seek to empower women by providing safe housing and supporting their sobriety, vocational interests, and spiritual growth.