The Gift of Giving for the Holidays

December 02, 2015

The holidays are almost upon us and if you’ve been considering ways to support the fight against child trafficking, the reduction of global injustice, or simply helping young children desperate for a chance to make the most of their dreams, now is a great time to do so. You can join in and give on your own behalf, or as part of a New Year’s Resolution, or if you feel the call to do so, perhaps you might do so as a holiday gift for a justice-minded family member or loved one who would appreciate the generosity.

There has never been a better time – and I’ll give you two reasons!

First, The SOLD Project is putting out a call for help to expand to meet need! We are building a second resource center in Chiang Rai City, where we can remain in close contact with our students and help provide better and closer service and mentorship, guidance and a safe place to stay where they need it most–and when they need it most: their teenage years.

Second, One Day’s Wages has generously offered to match funds donated to The SOLD Project by 100%, starting December 1 and running through the rest of the month. They will be matching every dollar raised (up to $25,717) for a shot at a total of $51,434 to fund the entire phase one of the Chiang Rai City Resource Center.

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HOW YOU CAN HELP:

Get the word out: Tell all your friends and family on Twitter and Facebook about this campaign. Remember to tag us on twitter: @onedayswages & @thesoldproject

Give: Calculate and donate your One Day’s Wages or any amount and give through our campaign page or by mailing a check to One Day’s Wages, P.O. Box 19535, Seattle, WA 98109 As ever, we are continually grateful for all the support and encouragement you’ve shown. We could not be where we are, or growing so quickly without the dedication of our treasured friends and partners. We wish you the best of holiday seasons!

With hope,
The SOLD Project team

About The SOLD Project

The SOLD Project prevents child sexual exploitation and trafficking in Thailand, providing vulnerable Thai children and youth with scholarships and resources to help them break the cycle of poverty, avoid the dangers of child trafficking, and lead productive, independent lives.

 

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