What would you do to save a child from slavery right now?

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Imagine that you could do something this very moment that would lead to a child being freed from slavery. Would you do it? Now you can.

In neighborhoods across Port-au-Prince, Beyond Borders is training thousands of adults to launch and accompany Child Protection Brigades.

Now, you, your friends and family, congregation, neighborhood, school or classroom can provide critically needed support to these neighborhood brigades as they do everything they can to end child slavery (restavèk) and abuse.

This Spring, Beyond Borders needs to raise $180,000 to support brigades in 25 Port-au-Prince neighborhoods.

With Your Support These Brigades Will Work To:

– Defend and Protect the Rights of All Children

– Challenge Attitudes that Tolerate Restavèk

– Find Safe Havens for Children Living in Restavèk

– Accompany Children in Seeking Police, Medical & Social Services

– Identify and Include Adult Survivors of Restavèk in Advocacy Efforts

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Give now and not only will we partner you with one of these neighborhoods, your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar, so you’ll double your impact.

Child Protection Brigades

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