- I have some administrative skills.
- I would love to contribute money on a regular basis.
- I know how to sew.
- I have a car and can offer to deliver small items.
- I can do yard work.
- I have a degree in counseling.
- I am a family practice doctor, nurse or dentist.
- I enjoy working from home.
- I can talk on the telephone, work from computer.
- Why do I want to get involved?
- Do I really care about this issue?
- Can I work with others in a cooperative way?
- Am I willing to work under someone else’s mission and values?
- Will my family support me in this?
- How much time can I spend helping?
- What level of support will I have with my church?
Peruse the database of organizations working in anti-trafficking areas. They are grouped under basic functions.
Also, checkout the opportunities section, where Abolition Now posts updated needs and volunteer opportunities from local organizations.
Contact organizations that interest you most. The contact information is on their data sheet.
Here are some additional suggestions:
- Start a prayer group lifting up local organizations, churches, and all those enslaved.
- Download and review Abolition Now's Human Trafficking Notebook
- Invite a speaker to your church. Review the organizations pages to see whose available.
- Hold a clothing drive for CSEC (commercial sexual exploitation of children) victims
- Commit to an organization in tithe and volunteering, view the Organizations section to find the right fit for your church.
Serving in the area of anti-trafficking can be risky and overwhelming. We recommend groups do a great deal of research and connect with existing organizations in order to provide the most coordinated efforts. There are many projects that need time, money and willing people.
Are you an active organization in the NW involved in the fight against human trafficking? We would love to display your organization’s information, current needs and resources.
We have provided a database of organizations categorized by their primary function. There you will find a data sheet and contact information in order to connect with a potential resource or partner.
Interested in attending the fall workshop ConnectPDX? We would love to have your organization there.