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  • A Message from the Executive Director

    April has been one of our busiest months for Project Light. We have made several presentations and attended some very important conferences. Project Light has been speaking to our legislators concerning funding for agencies like Project Light that are engaged heavily in awareness and prevention of human trafficking. They all have assured me that they will try to get approval for more assistance for us. That would be wonderful. We are in our new office, and it is nice. Please come by and check it out. The new office has allowed us to set up a classroom for up to 25 people. We also have ample storage space, and we will be sharing this space with our safe house partners. Project Light needs more volunteers for our 12 teams. Our goal is to fill the 12 teams with 10 members in each team. That will be an additional 120 volunteers joining the battle against human trafficking. Wow! We need your help in joining us as partners. Go to our website and press donate and follow the instructions. Help us to reach 1,000 partners. See you soon, Jim.

  • Check Out the Article in the Salisbury Post: Our Executive Director Received an Award From the Commissioners

  • April 1st Remarks from Executive Director

    March has been a great month for Project Light. We have been able to make several presentations to great organizations. Salisbury Rotary, Rowan Helping Ministries and Life Choices are some of the March presentations. We have fantastic news regarding a unanimous vote of approval from our County Commissioners to allow Project Light to relocate to the West End Plaza. We love our location in Rockwell and the town leadership has been a great partner. However, we will gain more space and be better situated to perform our tasks. Our Sheriff Department had a anti human trafficking operation (a sting) and praise The Lord a 16 year old victim was rescued. We are privileged to have had a part with our Sheriff Department. AGAIN, YES WE HAVE A HUMAN TRAFFICKING PROBLEM IN OUR AREA. We all need to do something. Can you meet with us for only 2 hours on April 27th from 10-12 at the Varick Auditorium at Livingstone College and pray with us? Please check our website for more details and look at the listing below. We need you! God Bless, Jim

  • Human Trafficking Rally Cry

    Project Light is currently the only full time anti human trafficking agency in Rowan County. The primary mission is to bring awareness, prevention and reporting of human trafficking. Can you imagine what it would be like if we could get ALL the church denominations together and pray against human trafficking? WELL IT IS HAPPENING!! Project Light is partnering with Livingstone College and others to bring us all together on Saturday April the 27th at 10 am at the Warick Auditorium at Livingstone College. Can we put aside any differences we have and gather together as one and seek The Good Lord to help us rid our area and beyond from the horrors of human trafficking? Many have asked what they can do. Can you give 2 hours of your life to pray together against this demon? Trafficking is getting worse every day and we need everyone involved in stopping this madness. Please join us? Go on the following website for more information. Dr. Jim Duncan Executive Director Project Light

  • Salisbury Post- Project Light Moving to West End Plaza

  • Dr. Duncan and Tonya Skelly Podcast Together

  • Dr. Duncan was Interviewed by WCNC

  • Check out the skit Project Light did at the Great American Eagle Presentation and how the Salisbury Post article is proof this is happening right here in NC

  • Message From the Executive Director- March 1st

    Hi Folks. Let me say first that your prayers, support and belief in our effort to stop human trafficking before it starts and help the victims and survivors keeps us motivated to press on. The month of February has been another busy time for Project Light. Your support allowed us to offer four of our outstanding law enforcement officers three days of human trafficking training in Raleigh. I was able to also attend the training and it was a valuable learning experience. We visited and participated with the Youth4Abolition human trafficking club at South Rowan HS. What a great group of students. We are pleased that Project Light can assist in supporting this club. The big news is our Human Trafficking Rally Cry at Livingstone College on Saturday April 27th from 10-12. The  free event will be in the auditorium.  We want to fill all 1,100 seats.. Thank you to Dr. Anthony Davis, the 13th President of Livingstone College, for this partnership. Please consider being a partner with Project Light. Just go on our new beautiful website and follow the instructions on the donate button. We will do the work. We need your help! Thank you Pastor Charles Snow for your valuable assistance in completely redesigning our social media. See you soon, Jim

  • "Operation Winter Guardian nets Cleveland man on child sex" -Salisbury Post

  • September 10, 2023

    Project Light is proud to announce that our founder, Dr. Jim Duncan has been asked to join the North Carolina Demand Reduction Task Force Leadership Team. ​ Dr. Duncan joins an illustrious group of people that include Pam Strickland, founder of NC Stop Human Trafficking; Niki Miller, Operations Specialist for Shield NC; Bren Journey, CEO of Legacy of Hope International; Scott Sally, Undersheriff (retired) from the Collier County, Sheriff's Office, FL.; and Rickie Houston, Chief Program Officer at A Call to Men.

  • July 13, 2023

    Livingstone College had a great kids gathering today at their Radio Station, FM 107.1. The children ranged in age from 4-15. It was well planned, and everyone seemed to really enjoy themselves. ​ Project Light Rowan was invited to speak to the older children about Human Trafficking. We asked the kids if they knew the Help Me hand sign. Many knew and displayed the sign. Very encouraging. We also discussed the Do’s and Don’ts to protect ourselves from the trafficking perpetrators. ​ Finally, we discussed the dangers of the internet and how and why to be careful. Project Light Rowan gave the children a gift package which included a toothbrush. We suggested that when they brush their teeth, they think about brushing off all the websites suspected of being harmful. ​ We were honored to be a part of this great day. Thank you, Mz Good Newz and Livingstone College.

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