Thank you

Thank you all for your support! This campaign has ended as of Christmas 2013, but you can continue to help #endslavery by following Polaris Project and becoming a citizen activist.

SLAVERY STILL EXISTS. YOU CAN HELP.

The Problem
As you may already know, human trafficking (also known as “modern day slavery”) has been a growing problem worldwide, but also within the United States and in Maryland. There are 27 million slaves today, and they live in your neighborhood. Baltimore and D.C. rank in the top three for rates of human trafficking in the country. Watch the video below and visit my About page.

*Also a tax-deductible donation option is forthcoming. Questions? Email me.

*Also a tax-deductible donation option is forthcoming. Questions? Email me.


Client Victory Stories Facebook Series (Click images to embiggen)
In collaboration with the Public Outreach and Communications team, I took the lead in writing these Facebook posts. Each week, our client services teams share a story to share with our wider Facebook community. These stories are certainly worth celebrating. You can also see our outreach numbers above.
For more stories like these, check out Polaris’ official Facebook page.

Client Victory Stories Facebook Series (Click images to embiggen)

In collaboration with the Public Outreach and Communications team, I took the lead in writing these Facebook posts. Each week, our client services teams share a story to share with our wider Facebook community. These stories are certainly worth celebrating. You can also see our outreach numbers above.

For more stories like these, check out Polaris’ official Facebook page.

Journey of Survival: Polaris Project’s Client Services

Polaris Project has been helping survivors of human trafficking in the United States rebuild their lives for ten years. We walk with them along their journey of survival after they have been trapped by traffickers who lured them into commercial sex or forced labor against their will. Our supporters make it possible for Polaris Project’s Client Services staff to: 1) Urgently respond to victims in crisis and help them escape their traffickers, 2) Provide shelter for victims who would have otherwise been homeless, 3) Offer dozens of group therapy, job skills programs, and empowerment sessions to help survivors reclaim their independence.

(Source: polarisproject.org)