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The All Hands In Team

About Human Trafficking

The Department of Justice estimates that there are 300,000 children at risk of being trafficked into sexual slavery in the United States.

 

One in three runaway teens are picked up by a pimp/ trafficker within 48 hours of leaving home and becoming homeless.

 

Human Trafficking is a criminial business that profits from enslaving people for sexual servitute or exploitation and forced labor. It is the fastest growing and second largest criminal industry in the world today - second only to drug trafficking and tied with illegal arms - according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

 

The Estimated number of people trafficked into the U.S. each year is 14,500-17,500. Of this number, 50% are children. Ninety eight percent of sex trafficking victims are women and girls.

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What's Happening

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By supporting All Hands In you allow us to educate others in the Massachusetts community onthe issue of Human Trafficking. This is our own backyard and we need to train our community in awareness and prevention. In addition, we have begun to work with survivors one-on-one in addition to the Annual Sanctuary By The Sea Retreat we hold for survivors each Fall in Southern Maine. An opportunity in a safe place for healing, prayer, and fellowship at no cost to the Attendee.

 

Our major focus is to provide a house and residence program for women survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. By joining hands with us, you will help us achieve our goal of turning a house into a home for women.

 

If you know of a possible house location we could possibly rent, lease, collaborate, or purchase at a reduced cost, please contact us at barbara@allhandsinma.org.

 

All Hands In is a 501c3 non-profit organization.

All hands in is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to raising awareness about local human trafficking through presentations and events, educating about the importance of purchasing fair trade items.

Our Commitment to Survivors

We are committed to making a difference in our community by providing educational awareness and events on the issue of human trafficking in addition to seeking opportunities to assist survivors of human trafficking.

And Objectives

• To provide and support a house in the greater Boston area for survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking

 

• To present to adults and youth educational awareness programs and events on human trafficking

 

• To make available to survivors of human trafficking retreat events that are safe and empowering

 

• To advocate with state and national government leaders for victims of human trafficking by petioning for stronger laws against traffickers, and lobbying for more government funds to provide vital services and programs for survivors    

 

 

"Nobody wants to buy something that was made by exploiting somebody elso."

                                                                                                                                                                                 - Jerry Greenfield, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream

 

All Hands In believes un the importance of receiving a fair wage and as part of our Human Trafficking awareness, we started the All Hands In Rolling Store, seliing Fair Trade® products such as coffee, tea, chocolate and oil. In addition, we also sell Thistle Farms® Bath & Body products made by women who have come off the streets of Nashville, TN from sexual exploitation and addiction.

 

Invite our rolling store to your event and together we can make a difference in the lives of women, children and men as we continue to educate our community on the issues of purchasing Fair Trade items. Please take a moment to send us your information below for more information and to schedule our rolling store to come to your church, organization or community event.

 

To learn more about your slavery footprint, visit slaveryfootprint.org.

 

 

Ways you can make a difference

 

Here are some ways you can help us make a difference:

 

 

> Pray for All Hands In and for a house 

 

> Volunteer - We are always looking for individuals to share their skills with us 

 

> Invite us to speak in your community, church or organization 

 

> Sponsor a book discussion that we will lead on a book about Human Trafficking 

 

> Hold a fundraiser towards our house 

 

> Schedule our Rolling Store to your fair or event 

 

> Donate to All Hands In 

All Hands In

1337 Massachusetts Avenue, PMB 121

Arlington, MA 02476

 

PHONE: (781) 929-7226

EMAIL: info@allhandsinma.org

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All Hands In

1337 Massachusetts Avenue, PMB 121

Arlington, MA 02476

Thank you for your donation and joining hands with us.

Our Day-to-day Operations

• Community education, awareness and prevention events to organizations, churches and communities including youth

 

• Sponsor Human Trafficking Awareness Events

 

• Advocacy

 

• Fair Trade Rolling Store

 

• Suvivor Outreach

 

• Sanctuary By The Sea Retreats for survivors

Join All Hands In team and fellows upporters as we look back and review our accomplishments for 2016.

 

We will host our gathering at Fairways at Woburn Country Club in Woburn, MA. Registration information forthcoming.

 

                                         

 

 

 

 

 

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Saturday, March 11th

Fairways at Woburn Country Club

5 Country Club Road

Woburn, MA 01801

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Join the Purple Ribbon Campaign

January 2017

 

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. All Hands In wants to join with your church/organization by offering a Purple Ribbon package to publicly display your support for survivors and educate your community.

 

The Purple Ribbon package will contain a large, purple ribbon which you can attach to the doors of your building and purple ribbons for your membership to wear.  And, to answer any questions of “What is that ribbon about?” we will include printed materials outlining statistics about human trafficking in the U.S. and around the world, and some of the work that All Hands In does to combat it here in Massachusetts. Also included will be a sample op-ed which you can personalize to include in your newsletter, bulletin and local newspaper.

 

If you are able, a gift of $50 to All Hands In will help defray the costs of the purple ribbon campaign and support the work of All Hands In.  For more information or to sign up, please contact Barbara@allhandsinma.org.  Donations can be made online or sent to All Hands In at 1337 Mass. Ave., #121, Arlington, MA 02476.

Speaker:

State Rep. Michael Day