Some topics weigh on you a little heavier than others. Human trafficking has been one of those for me lately. It’s a complex topic because there are lot of different forms of human trafficking and a lot of different ways the victims are being sold and enslaved.
It’s something we don’t see a lot of personally. I have never seen someone being trafficked to my knowledge, so in a lot of ways it seems easy to keep ignoring the topic, anyway it’s easy to say that you don’t know how to help or who to give to. It doesn’t seem like it has a simple fix, after all it’s nothing like volunteering at the soup kitchen.
But lets not dismiss this because we don’t know anything about how to help. Modern day slavery isn’t something that should be out of sight out of mind. I thought one of the ways I could help outside of donating myself was to spread this knowledge and make this topic show up on your feed and the feeds of as many people as I can possibly reach.
Here are some places to donate to:
So how can you help outside of donating? Our government actually has a full page on ways to help and be mindful of the topic.
I hope these resources help empower you to help!
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Reblogged this on The Rose Project and commented:
I thought this might be significant to share to my followers who are eager to help in this fight against human trafficking. There is not much that I can contribute to this post, I simply wanted to inform my viewership in regards to how they can make a difference.