human trafficking is modern-day slavery… how to reach out to survivors

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Human trafficking fuels the growth of organized crime, undermining health, safety, security, and the basic needs of humanity. It is the fastest growing crime in the world.
A21 EXISTS TO ABOLISH INJUSTICE IN THE 21ST CENTURY.
We are a non-profit organization who believes that we can end human trafficking together.
 Would you like to get involved?

Grab your stationery and pull out a pen! The simple act of writing to a survivor in one of our homes is an incredible encouragement to survivors along their journey. But don’t be surprised if it has a great impact on you too.

We would love for you to write a letter or card to the girls in our shelter. Address your letter along the lines of “Dear Beautiful” or “Lovely,” and write an encouraging note that places value and worth upon the girls.

In the contents of your letter, be sure to refrain from stating your own beliefs or talking too much about your job or lifestyle, as these girls have all come from differing backgrounds and deserve to be respected and not made to feel bad about their situations. Obviously, they have been through a lot, and we ask that in your letters you do not claim to understand their situations or try to relate to what they have been through.

Please end your letter by signing with your first name only, and do not include any personal details. These letters are for the purpose of encouragement and support.

These letters can be mailed to:

 

United States

California (Head Office)

The A21 Campaign
427 E. 17th Street #F223
Costa Mesa, CA 92627 USA
Tel: 1.949.202.4681
Fax: 1.949.612.0827

North Carolina

Email: info.ec@a21.org

 

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