Artists Against Slavery

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$10 campaign. Wanting to raise at least ten thousand dollars a year through a thousand people contributing $10 every year (or every week or month!!!).

Artists Against Slavery support the work of Hagar International, who work to rehabilitate trafficked women and children in Afghanistan, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

https://www.artistsagainstslavery.org/about

More about us

Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime on earth.

Artists Against Slavery uses the creative arts to raise money for rescue, rehabilitation and prevention of this global brutality.

Artists Against Slavery is a New Zealand registered charity.

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Latest donations

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 09 Sep 2019

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    God bless this work mightily!!! Lord rescue the enslaved children and adults. Your heart is for the poor and oppressed, send in Your army oh lord God of Mercy, Justice and Compassion.

    Private

  • Fraser

    Fraser on 29 Aug 2019

    Private

    Private

  • Heather

    Heather on 29 Aug 2019

    $20

    $20

  • Dan and Ruth

    Dan and Ruth on 19 Aug 2019

    $20

    $20

  • Bronwyn

    Bronwyn on 19 Aug 2019

    $10

    $10


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