Missy McCall was introduced by Doug Haaland. Missy was born in Merced, California. She fell out of a three-story window at the age of twelve and was paralyzed from the waist down.
Missy found the Lord and promised that should she walk again, she would serve him forever. She did walk again and promised to start a woman’s center to help people going through hardship. At age 30, Missy met an incredible woman who educated her on the severity and seriousness of human trafficking.
Missy developed a passion which grew into starting the Blue Heart Foundation. Missy has made the life-long commitment to maintain the integrity of her foundation and has promised her life to helping people in need, making the world a better place, one heart at a time.
Missy gave us some startling statistics about the serious problem of human trafficking. She said that the problem is growing enormously in California.  People are being raped, sometimes 15 times a day. Forty percent of the pimps are women. There is a grooming process, where the victim slowly grows into a relationship with the pimp and takes the individual away from their family – and are led into drugs and prostitution.
Missy gets up early in the morning and walks Stockton Blvd and befriends people there and help them to get off the street.
There is a law SB 1322 which was recently passed that decriminalizes underage prostitution. It makes the problem worse. The problem is that in today’s society, sex is casual, kids are selling themselves in school, celebrities encourage moral laxity, we need to learn more about mental disorders and drugs.
President Greg mentioned that he was inspired by Missy’s amazing dedication and work and in honor of her presentation, a book will be donated to the Carmichael library (Sacramento Public Library).