Q: Where does my money go?
A: Your donation supports A21's anti-trafficking work in 12 countries including:
Q: How can I learn more about Human Trafficking?
A: Visit our Human Trafficking page. There you will find statistics, information, and resources to better equip you in knowing the ins and outs of human trafficking. On this page, you will also find access to Resource Lines (at the bottom of the page) that have been set up for the safety and protection of potential victims. On our Human Trafficking page there is more information about what our organization is doing to fight human trafficking. You can also check out our social media posts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay up to date on what A21 is doing around the world.
Q: Where can I find more information about A21 as an organization?
A: Visit our about section on our website. Here you will find more information about A21, our solution for abolishing slavery, and where we work.
Q: How can I help?
A: There are many ways to become an abolitionist. Check out our page for ways you can take action now.
Q: How do I get involved?
A: We are so excited about your interest in spreading awareness about human trafficking. There are many ways for you to get involved with A21. You can apply to volunteer at one of our 14 offices around the world, or you can join the global community of A-Teams and begin taking action in your community right now! To apply to volunteer at an office, visit A21.org/Volunteer. To find out more about A-Teams and how you can stay involved with A21, visit .
Q: How can I volunteer in an A21 office?
A: Check out our volunteer page to apply for our program, or send us an email for direct questions: email@example.com.
Q: Do you offer internships?
A: A21 does not offer internships. However, we do offer a volunteer program. If our volunteer program meets the requirements of a school's internship program, A21 is happy to work with the school to ensure the student receives credit for their course.
Q: What are A-Teams and what do they do?
A: Throughout the year, A-Teams is the best way for you to get involved and support the global mission of A21 by taking action locally. A-Teams work to reach the vulnerable through education and awareness events, rescue victims through identification, and restore survivors through raising funds to help victims live independently. By joining A-Teams, you will receive next steps and resources that will equip you to do all of these things and become part of the solution. Click here to join A-Teams today!
Q: Are there any job or employment opportunities available?
A: At this time, we do not have any employment opportunities.
If you are interested in volunteering in any of our offices, please visit the volunteer page on our website. You can also join the global community of A-Teams and begin taking action in your community right now! Click here for more information about A-Teams.
Q: Can I send letters to survivors? And if yes, where can I mail them?
A: We would love for you to write a letter or card to the survivors in our restoration facilities. Some ideas of what to write are:
All letters and cards should be sent to our USA or Greece office, where they will be screened and forwarded to the survivors in our shelter. Please address your letter generically (ie. ‘Dear Beautiful’ or ‘Dear Friend’).
The USA & Greece locations are currently the offices distributing cards to survivors.
Q: Can I send gifts to the survivors in the shelters?
A: Yes, we ask that anyone with a desire to provide gifts, clothing or sanitary items for the survivors in our shelters to send gift cards such as: Target, Ikea, Visa, etc. to the closest office between USA or Greece. Gifts can be mailed to:
Q: Can I visit an A21 shelter?
A: While we appreciate your desire to personally visit our shelters, we do not allow this for a number of reasons. We want to protect the confidentiality and privacy of the survivors in our shelters. The survivors in our shelters are often suffering from trauma related to psychological and emotional issues, and are not in a position to cope with visitors. Due to the criminal nature of human trafficking, we do not disclose the locations of our shelters.
Q: Do you offer short-term mission trips?
A: Our shelter programs do not allow short visits or mission trips at this time, as both our shelters and transition homes work directly with victims of human trafficking who require consistency and stability throughout the aftercare process. We feel it is in the best interest of survivors in our care to have the same people around them during their journey of healing, which is why we only allow staff members and local, long-term volunteers to assist in the shelters.
Q: How can I make a donation?
A: Sponsor Freedom (regular monthly giving) and one-time gifts can be made using a credit card or debit card on our website, here. Checks can also be sent to:
2781 W. MacArthur Blvd
Ste B #605
Santa Ana, CA 92704
For more enquires please contact one of our offices, here.
Q: Where does my money go?
A: We are an 80/20 organization. That means that 80% of money donated to A21 provides crucial funds for addressing the issue of human trafficking and 20% goes towards administrative functions across the globe. We are committed to ensuring that the funds we have been entrusted with are used effectively to abolish slavery.
Here are some practical ways A21 provides victim assistance:
Donations are accepted with the understanding that A21 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds.
Click here to make a donation today and support our work to address the issue of human trafficking.
Q: I am a federal employee, are you a member of the CFC?
A: Yes, our CFC number is #11254
Q: Can I receive a donor receipt?
A: Please contact the office nearest you to ensure your donation was successful.
When donating by check or direct debit, a receipt will be issued to the email and physical address you provide.
Q: Is my giving tax-deductible?
A: Yes, A21 operates under three legal entities to facilitate donations and we will issue you a tax-deductible receipt corresponding to the particular entity you donated to.
When donating in American dollars (USD), the ensuing financial transaction is between the user and The A21 Campaign Inc, a nonprofit public benefit corporation in the United States of America with tax exemption status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our tax ID number (EIN) is 263442008. Donations are tax deductible in America as allowed by law.
When donating in Australian dollars (AUD), the ensuing financial transaction is between the user and The A21 Campaign Limited, a public company limited by guarantee in Australia and a registered Deductible Gift Recipient. Our tax ID number (ABN) is 25135595578. Donations of $2 or more are fully tax deductible in Australia as allowed by law.
When donating in either British Pounds (GBP), Euros (EUR), or Norwegian Krone (NOK), the ensuing financial transaction is between the user and The A21 Campaign Limited, a private company limited by guarantee and a registered charity in England and Wales. Our charity registration number (RN) is 1140754. Donations in the United Kingdom are eligible for Gift Aid as allowed by law (Gift Aid reference number XT29794). The A21 Campaign Limited is also a registered charity in Scotland (charity registration number SC043081).
In Greece, The A21 Campaign is registered as a not-for-profit organization by the Greek First Court, 1527/14/4/2008 (A.P. 4002/41/AS 1129A).
Please consult your personal advisors on all legal, tax, or financial issues related to your gift or personal matters. The eligibility of a tax-deductible receipt from one of the three entities above in a country other than where the entity is registered should be determined in consultation with your personal legal, tax or financial advisors. Nothing contained on this website or in any of its documents, attachments, or links: (a) should be considered legal, tax, or financial advice, and (b) is intended or written to be used, and cannot be used for the purpose of avoiding tax-related penalties.
Q: How can I cancel/update my monthly partnership?
A: The simplest way to update your giving details is to call the office nearest to you. Our team will be happy to assist you. Click here to find an office closest to you.
A: We are so excited that you would like to use your skills and talents to partner with us. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected. It always helps if you send us as much information about your business or organization as possible to help us know more about how we can possibly work together.
Q: Do I need a tracking number from my recent purchase?
A: Please email email@example.com and we will be able to assist you in tracking your purchase.
Q: How long will it take to receive my order?
A: You will receive your package within 7-10 business days.
Q: Are products fair trade?
A: All of our A21 products are 100% Fair Trade. We work closely with our manufacturers to ensure that workers are paid fair wages and work with integrity and freedom.
Q: How is cotton sourced?
A: All cotton is both ethically and economically sourced according to the Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) standards and practices.
Q: Can I return something?
A: We proudly stand behind the quality of each item we produce. If something fails to meet those standards, we will gladly accommodate a return. Please email a description and photo if applicable to firstname.lastname@example.org within 7 days of receiving the order.
Q: How much of the proceeds go to assisting survivors?
A: 100% of the profits go to restoring the lives of survivors.
Q: How do I request a speaker?
A: Click here to request a speaker from A21 on our website.
Q: How do I use the education materials in my local school?
A: The first step to take to use A21’s education materials in a local school may be scheduling a meeting with the principal or curriculum specialist. Present the problem of human trafficking as well as the need for awareness and education to abolish slavery. Explain how anyone is at risk of being trafficked, especially adolescents. Explain how education on human trafficking can empower students to know their worth and equip them to know the signs of a potential trafficker. Finally, take an opportunity to describe to them how such education can not only empower the students, but can have a greater effect on the surrounding community.
Q: What is Bodies Are Not Commodities?
A: Bodies Are Not Commodities is a high school curriculum that is fully aligned to education standards to equip teachers to integrate knowledge of human trafficking into the classroom. The curriculum is available for purchase at the A21 online shop. When students are educated, they are empowered. Bodies Are Not Commodities is currently offered in 3 different versions:
There is also a free USA sample version available.
Q: What is A21’s ShineHope program?
A: ShineHope is a 9-week small group lesson plan that builds upon the foundational principles of strength, worth, and purpose in the lives of young girls who may be at risk of human trafficking. It incorporates education of the risks of trafficking along with empowerment to prevent girls from being targets of trafficking. We believe when a girl knows her worth, she is empowered to go after her dreams. The ShineHope Human Trafficking Prevention Program and ShineHope Journal Pack is available for purchase in hard-copy format at the A21 online shop.
Q: What is A21’s Prevention & Awareness Program?
A: A21’s Prevention & Awareness Program is an international program that is designed for both small groups and large audiences. It is an interactive program that provides a global perspective on the issue of human trafficking and is suitable for anyone over the age of 12. This online program is currently offered for purchase at the A21 online shop.
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