Love Missions Founder & Human Trafficking Advocate Tina Kadolph Named Central Florida’s 2018 Hero of the Year

Mar 27, 2019 | News

Love Missions Founder Tina Kadolph was honored on Tuesday, March 26, by Spectrum News Channel 13 at a luncheon that brought together amazing Central Florida hometown heroes. At the event, “A Salute to Everyday Heroes,” held at The Alfond Inn at Rollins College in Winter Park, Tina was chosen as the 2018 Hero of the Year!

The Central Florida news station features heroes from Central Florida every week throughout the year, telling the heartwarming stories of the things they have done to make a difference in the community and make the world a little better. Tina’s story was featured by Channel 13 in April of 2018 and focused on her fight against human trafficking and the work she does for the victims left behind.

Channel 13 News Anchor Ybeth Bruzal said, “There are so many bad things that are happening around the world. It is nice to push the pause button on the crazy stories of the day, and then feature the people who are doing amazing things all across the area.”

Tina is also the owner of Palate Coffee Brewery in Sanford, a unique coffee shop that donates all of its profits to help fight human trafficking globally. She was chosen by the Central Florida community as the 2018 Hero of the Year, among of a field of 54 other Central Florida hometown heroes who also gave so willingly of their time to make a difference in the world.

The award show will air this weekend at 7 p.m. on Saturday and 4:00 p.m. on Sunday on Spectrum News Channel 13.



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