Jacob’s jewelry project transforms lives.
Fifteen-year-old Jacob Hill, of Oswego, Illinois, was deeply impacted by a magazine article about sex trafficking. It was his first exposure to the topic, and he immediately wanted to take action. He and his parents came up with a plan.
Along with a team of friends and family, Jacob launched a jewelry making project. They spent months making necklaces. In December, they sold them at their home and at their church and raised $800 for Hagar. His church was so inspired by his passion and success, that they rounded it up to $1000.
Now, because of Jacob and his friends and family, women and children who have suffered great injustices are becoming whole again.
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