Welcome to the student action page – we are glad you’re here! If you find yourself on this page because you have been hit with the reality of human trafficking and are asking, “What Now?”, you are in the right place! Below is a list of options for how you can be a strong force in the movement to end modern-day slavery. If you are feeling emboldened and are ready to launch one of these menu items, please fill out the contact form below. Our team is here to assist you every step of the way so you don’t have to lead alone.
1. Get the Prevention Project program
Is the Prevention Project program in your school? If not, fill out the contact form below and we will come alongside you to get this life-altering curriculum into your classroom. If it is already in your school, then let’s move forward- you have already been equipped, and we need YOUR VOICE to help spread the word!
2. Plan a Fundraising/Awareness Event
Be as creative as you like with this one! Come up with your own event or run with one of our ideas. The event can be as big as you dream up, be it a marathon, a bake sale, a theatre production, or a social media campaign, this is your chance to step out and make big waves! We have a whole setof fundraising/awareness event toolkits – reach out to us by filling out the contact form below to let us know you’d like to be involved in or plan an event!
3. Host a Movie Night
Gather your friends, family, and/or community members and teach them about this important issue by showing a documentary or movie. Change starts with awareness, and this is a simple way to introduce human trafficking to those nearest you- while enjoying a bucket of buttery popcorn! We have some great movie options and a toolkit on how to plan a successful movie night. Fill out our contact form below to let us know you’re interested in a movie night!
Whichever way you choose to get involved, thank you! We look forward to seeing how you make a difference!
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