3 Ways to Help Orphans and Trafficked Children for Less than $35 – RIGHT NOW

#1 – Buy a T-Shirt from my favorite blog, My Crazy Adoption.  Kari Gibson is giving away two missions trips to Ethiopia with the Visiting Orphans ministry; One T-shirt = 1 Entry.  The T-shirts are about $30 and they are all very cool.   Think Christmas presents (I did, don’t tell the girls!).  All money raised over the two trips is going to Project 61 in Korah and Visiting Orphans.  Buy one, or two, or three, or – you get the point…..

#2  Call Your Senators today and ask them to support the Child Protection Compact Act (S. 3184) (CPCA).  Go to this link for WorldVision they have a neat little pop-up screen to help you find out who your Senators are and to see a very simple call script.  For the price of a phone call you can make a big difference!

“The Child Protection Compact Act (S. 3184) would help enforce anti-trafficking laws by providing technical assistance and training to several countries that have shown the political will to fight human trafficking and exploitation but lack the resources, know-how, and capacity to follow up with survivors and prosecute traffickers.

The CPCA is now on the brink of getting a vote in the U.S. Senate.  We need to let our elected leaders know this issue is a big deal to us, the voters.”

These children are being sold in the US and abroad – it IS our problem!

#3 Pray for the children who are vulnerable and at risk for being trafficked, for the children that are currently forced into prostitution or labor as prisoners and slaves, for the traffickers and for the people buying the children, for the people fighting for the freedom of these children.

Pray for freedom, wisdom, awareness, resources, protection, miracles, healing, understanding, compassion, and love.

Pray for the U.S., Cambodia, Russia, Thailand, Vietnam, Africa, Moldova, the World.

You can do all three in less than 15 minutes for less than $35.  You can do the second and third for almost no cost in less than 10 minutes.  It will make a difference.

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