January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Before the month is over, do at least one of these things to make your mark against the trafficking of children:
Read up here on child trafficking so you are aware and informed. Tell your friends what you learned.
Write a letter to your member of Congress supporting laws that protect children. Here’s one about a law that calls on companies to take steps to let us all know how they are helping child trafficking victims.
Buy our fair-trade products that support women in Thailand who are at risk for being trafficked.
Sign up for one of our Advocacy Journeys to learn about child trafficking on the ground in other countries.
Sign up for the ECPAT-Athletes team in the New York City TD 5 Boro Bike Ride or for the TCS New York City Marathon by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot!
View our 20-minute video called What I Have Been Through is Not Who I Am. It has been used by law enforcement agencies and child protective service agencies across the country as a training tool.
Host a screening of the blockbuster film SOLD, starring Gillian Anderson and David Arquette, to raise awareness and benefit ECPAT-USA. Go to www.ecpatusa.org/SOLD to request your screening guide.