5 Minutes, 5 hours, 5 days, or more
There are so many ways that you can help depending on the amount of time you have to invest.
If you have 5 minutes:
~Call your representatives & ask them to support bills that fund survivor programs or otherwise assist in the fight against trafficking.
~Write a check or make a contribution on line to one of the existing programs in San Diego.
~ Spread the word, talk with a friend about what is happening in San Diego (or nationwide) with sex or labor trafficking.
If you have 5 hours:
~ Read a book on trafficking, or go online, educate yourself more on what is happening in the U.S. with human trafficking.
~Volunteer with one of the existing programs in San Diego, mentoring survivors, doing repairs, landscaping, clean-up projects, teach a class to survivors, give survivors a ride to doctors’s appointments, join a walk against trafficking, move furniture to or from a safe house…
If you have 5 days:
Volunteer to teach a class once a week for 5 weeks to survivors about whatever your gift or talent might be, help set up or take down for a program gala or other event,
If you have more time on a regular basis:
Investigate the needs of the anti-human trafficking programs around town:
~ Hope for San Diego (supports anti-trafficking housing & programs in San Diego)
~Alabaster Jar (housing & program for sex trafficking survivors)
~ GenerateHope (housing & program for sex trafficking survivors)
~ BSCC (housing for sex & labor trafficking survivors)
~ North County Lifeline (housing & programs for sex trafficking survivors)