By John Salling, KFYRTV
Posted: Sun 10:53 PM, Apr 24, 2016 Updated: Mon 10:43 AM, Apr 25, 2016
A new helping hand is getting started in Bismarck.
Invisible Innocence, an organization dedicated to helping victims of human trafficking, held it's first major fundraiser today.
They coordinated with Zonta International to host a Spaghetti dinner at Amvet Post number nine on Sunday. They are working to build a transitional home for victims of forced labor and sexual exploitation.
"We are going to work with that individual who is being trafficked as well as those professional services to get them into the transitional home that Invisible Innocence is going to be providing, and then with the networking I have been doing there are organizations outside of the state that are already ready to take on those individuals from Invisible Innocence," said Brandi Jude, Executive Director of Invisible Innocence.
Invisible Innocence hopes this will be the first of many annual fundraisers.