VOTA's 'Love Found Me' an Effort to Fight Trafficking

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Pop rock band VOTA is helping curb human trafficking from Nepal into India through the funding of border patrol stations.

The Christian band launched their "Love Found Me" campaign in early 2013 and has partnered with Tiny Hands International and Taylor University in their efforts.

The "Love Found Me" campaign has surpassed its initial goal of raising $150,000 to fund five monitoring stations on the border of Nepal and India for five years. The stations will help prevent an estimated 3,000 girls from being trafficked between the countries.

Through VOTA's ongoing campaign, supporters can download the band's latest release, "Love Found Me," and a second acoustic recording, "No Plan B," for a donation of any amount. All proceeds go directly to Tiny Hands International.

Later this year, VOTA plans to visit one of the Nepali border stations funded by the campaign.

CBN News Reporter Angela Zatopek talks with VOTA lead singer Bryan Olesen about their efforts. Click play to watch.

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