Small anti-trafficking organizations, usually operating on very lean budgets, depend heavily on volunteers. Volunteers can sign up for one-time projects or long-term activities. It is a good way to meet likeminded people, learn new skills and even find a job.
- Identify two or three anti-trafficking organizations and reach out to their volunteer coordinator or executive director. Set a goal to start volunteering by a specific date!
- Be clear about your interests. Chances are that it will be easier to stay involved if you volunteer for something you like to do.
- Be honest about your availability. When you make a commitment, stick to it. Your work is important!
Check out the resources linked below, and share the links to your Facebook page to spread awareness. Use #ConfrontHumanTrafficking to contribute to the 30Actions30Days ArtWorks for Freedom Campaign to #ConfrontHumanTrafficking.
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