NFS

Not For Sale (NFS) is a large non-profit organization committed to fighting against human trafficking and slavery. The main reason we love the leadership behind NFS is because of their commitment to empower others to find a way to join the “re-abolish slavery movement;” and empower they do.* A quick visit to their website reveals 11 different NFS platforms and programs. What makes it even better is that the website provides a way for visitors to chose their preferred areas/methods of engagement and then highlights the platform(s) and/or programs(s) that best relate to the information provided. Possible suggestions include immersion trips, attending the Not For Sale academy,  finding cases on the “SlaveryMap,” becoming an intern, and much much more. NFS’ challenge to those who join the movement is to “stand with those who are enslaved, work together to free them, and empower them in their freedom to break the cycle of vulnerability.” Check them out, there’s so much more to learn.

“It is no longer enough to think about change.”
“It is no longer enough to talk about change.”
“It is time to shift gears — marrying movement with intelligent action.”–Not for Sale

*All cites were taken from the NFS website.
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