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Human Rights Are NOT OPTIONAL

71% of people trafficked across international borders are women
50% of people trafficked across international borders are CHILDREN
29% of people trafficked across international borders are men

What can YOU do about human trafficking?

Your effort can be as small as buying a tote bag, with a mindset of helping others. This is so simple and worthwhile. You get a good product while at the same time, you help others. When you use that reusable tote bag at the grocery store or at the farmers market, it will feel extra good knowing you helped someone. 

Every tote bag purchased here helps support people that are at risk or survivors of sex trafficking, sex slavery, and poverty by giving them skills training and a fair wage to create a better life for themselves. 

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Human trafficking is a crime that forcefully exploits women, men, and children. According to the United Nations, human trafficking affects every country in the world, but it’s not talked about enough. 

So let us talk about it 

What if, in one easy step, you could eliminate someones risk of being exploited by: 

• providing meaningful employment 
• providing basic human rights, such as education and food 
• giving hope

Turns out you can!
Welcome to World for Good.
 

We are on a mission to:
• redefine what a social enterprise is
• provide beautiful unique products that support the underserved
• make a real difference


World For Good sources ethically made fabric bags that are stylish, durable and socially responsible – providing you with a product that aligns both with your social conscious and pocket book.

Every purchase helps support people that are at risk or survivors of sex trafficking, sex slavery and poverty. 

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Contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline to connect with services and support for human trafficking survivors, or to report a tip: call 1-888-373-7888, text 233733, or chat online.

Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe from Abduction

Teach your children that they can be rude to an adult if they feel threatened in any way.  They need to hear it from you directly because this message often contradicts everything they have heard before.

Work hard to establish trust and communication with your children from day one.  Have a “call list” of emergency contacts and make sure your child knows the numbers for who to call if they can’t reach you.

Every tote bag purchased here helps support people that are at risk or survivors of sex trafficking, sex slavery and poverty. 

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