The A21 Campaign Non-Profit

Quick Catch believes in giving back and supporting good causes. A portion of the profit from Quick Catch’s sales is contributed to The A21 Campaign. The A21 Campaign is a non-profit that exists to abolish injustice in the 21st century. Human trafficking fuels the growth of organized crime, undermining health, safety, security, and the basic needs of humanity. It is the fastest growing crime in the world.

A percentage of every sale goes to fight human sex trafficking.

The A21 Campaign Efforts:

Prevention

The A21 Campaign works to stop individuals from becoming victims of human trafficking by providing awareness, education to the next generation, and interrupting the demand.

Education: They have created education curriculum to educate potential victims of human trafficking in schools, orphanages, and universities. Young people are equipped with information and strategies to avoid becoming victims.

Awareness: They also raise awareness about human trafficking within community groups, churches, and universities globally through the A21 Prevention and Awareness Program and the ShineHope human trafficking prevention program.

Protection

They protect survivors of human trafficking by providing a safe environment and by running restoration programs in their aftercare facilities.

Rescue: They are able to offer support to local law enforcement, FBI, and other governmental agencies in the areas of training, investigations, and data collection through their human trafficking hotlines.

Restoration: They come alongside survivors to see them restored physically and emotionally. They provide education, vocational training, and repatriation assistance to equip them for a new and independent future.

Prosecution

They work to prosecute traffickers, provide survivors with legal council, and strengthen the legal response to human trafficking.

Enforcement: They provide access to legal council to the survivors in our care and offer representation for those victims who undertake criminal proceedings to prosecute traffickers.

Legislation: They help guide changes to legislation that will provide a more comprehensive suit of laws and ensure traffickers are held accountable for their crimes.

Partnerships

They aim to partner with fundraising supporters, governmental agencies, and community members to see injustice abolished.

Supporters: They unite with abolitionists who desire to make a difference and provide training, education materials, and programs to be outworked in communities through A-Teams. They work together with our monthly financial supporters who provide sustainable income so we are able to plan new prevention initiatives and assist more victims of human trafficking.

Partners: They collaborate and share information with law enforcement, government agencies, and local service providers to ensure the needs of human trafficking survivors are met.

Learn more at http://www.a21.org

 

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