It is Daunting

Posted on January 17, 2017 by The Staff of Unseen

Fighting human trafficking is daunting. It can bring to mind brothel raids and big, dramatic rescues. While there is a time and place for that sort of work, there is much to be done that is accessible to every person no matter their age, location, or skill set.

At Unseen, we partner, equip, and train those on the front lines fighting human trafficking and its root causes all around the world. As we seek to serve our partners, we also seek to bring others into the process. We all have a part to play! There are four ways you can get involved at Unseen:

Share: When you share the work of Unseen, in person or online, you are being an advocate for vulnerable people. There is good news that needs to be shared and celebrated; such as entire regions receiving life-changing education and girls being rescued from hopeless lives in sex trafficking.

Give: Funding the work of Unseen allows you to be invested in furthering the work of our partners. We use the generous gifts of our donors to partner, equip, and train. This allows the groups on the ground to grow their work to serve more people.

Pray: Investing your time into prayer is an important step in fighting trafficking. God’s heart is for justice and freedom (Micah 6:8, Psalm 86:5) and prayer has great power to affect change (James 5:13-18).

Volunteer: By volunteering your time and talents, you are filling important areas of need at Unseen. From writing thank you notes to assisting at events to offering specific skills, the work done by volunteers is crucial to Unseen being able to grow and serve more people.

You can fight human trafficking and its root causes today.By praying, sharing, giving, or volunteering, you play an important role in furthering the work of Unseen and our partners.

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