Could this be the perfect gift to buy this Christmas?
Christmas is a great time. We all love the parties, decorations, music and lights that swirl together to create the sense of joy and anticipation that comes with the season.
But if you’re a reader of my blog, chances are you also know that ‘other’ feeling that comes at Christmas…
… that whilst we celebrate and enjoy this season in our well adorned shopping centres, gathered in beautiful homes and seated around tables set for lavish family meals, that there are many in this world who ‘miss out’.
But what can you do?
I’ve partnered with the incredible groups below to provide you a simple way to have a lasting and meaningful impact this Christmas by helping girls at risk of trafficking in Nepal.
Please watch the video below from my time on the Nepal/India border where 7000 girls are trafficked from Nepal annually.
So now that you have heard my story of exactly how bad the situation is here in Nepal, can I invite you to take meaningful action for the sake of Nepal’s exploited and vulnerable girls?
I personally vouch for the people behind the organisations involved in this campaign. The work that they are doing is fantastic. Phil and Melanie Ewert – who are leading this initiative (you’ll hear more about them soon) – are good friends of mine and are both long term senior humanitarian workers with World Vision.
Put short, we know what we’re doing and we know this money will get to the right people.
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How this works
1.)You purchase a Christmas Dress through Trade for Freedom
Perfect for your own little girl, niece, granddaughter or friend’s daughter (who wouldn’t love this!).
This is an exclusive offer. Click here to order your dress now.
2.) FREE Nepal’s artisans hand-make your dress
FREE Nepal is an inspiring social business that empowers women through positive, sustainable employment. You’ll see the name of the lady who made your little girl’s dress right there on the label!
To learn more about the women making your dress visit: http://www.fre3.org/artisans/
3.) Profits will go to the Daughter Project to prevent the exploitation of girls in Nepal
The Daughter Project takes a holistic approach to counter the trafficking and abuse of young girls in Nepal.
The project considers the need for awareness education, economic development, rescue intervention, and long term care of girls. This is achieved through working with local authorities, community based organisations and volunteers, in order to prevent, intercept, and restore young girls back to their families.
To learn more about how your purchase contributes to preventing exploitation of girls in Nepal visit: http://daughterproject.org
Australian customers – We would love to receive your order by the 9th of September so we can ship the dresses back with a friend currently visiting.
Thank you for being a part of preventing the exploitation of girls in Nepal, and for giving Christmas back its real meaning.
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