Write A Letter


One of the many ways you can help restore the life of a survivor is to write a letter.

Writing a letter is not only a tangible way to connect supporters to survivors, but it's a way to use the power of words to give life and restoration where they once instilled fear. 



Letter Content:

We encourage you to use salutations such as "Dear Friend," or "Loved One."

Please don't state your own beliefs, talk about your own job or lifestyle in depth, or relate in saying that you understand their situations. By including the information above in your letter, the survivor's journey back to living a whole life might be jeopardized. The purpose of these letters is to encourage, empower, and bring life. We don't want to risk that, in turn making survivors feel victim to their past situations, in any way.

You can end your letter by signing with your first name only. Please don't include any of your personal information. 

Mailing Address:

Please send your letters to our California office, addressing them to "A21" or "The A21 Campaign":

Address 2781 W. Macarthur Blvd, Ste B #605. Santa Ana, CA 92704
E-mail Info@A21.org


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