This GivingTuesday campaign, Free NOLA’s focus is to expand current programs throughout the Gulf Coast Region; as well as partner with other organizations to provide options for those trapped in human sex trafficking. There are more slaves now than at other time in history and statistics show that the number is on the rise; so, it’s time we rise up and do our part to eradicate this atrocity! Sex trafficking is fueled by the porn industry and feeds the insatiable appetite of Americans for sex trafficking. We as a nation can do better. This problem should be decreasing not increasing like it has over this past year. Donate and help us set the captives FREE!

Be Apart of Giving Tuesday and GIVE Here!

Help to set the captives free, one life at a time. On Giving Tuesday go to https://freenola.org/givingtuesday and be apart of the solution. Our website is full information and resources. Get Involved and see how you can be apart of the Set the Captives Free Movement. Help us raise awareness of the slavery taking place in our own backyard. Please follow our social media accounts and share with your friends. We need more than just monetary givings. We need prayer, volunteers, and the willingness to make our area a better place.

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What is Giving Tuesday?

GivingTuesday, taking place December 3rd, is a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage giving and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Every year, on GivingTuesday, millions of people across the globe mobilize to show up, give back, and change their communities. The goal is to create a massive wave of generosity that lasts well beyond that day and touches every person on the planet.

Founded in 2012, GivingTuesday has inspired millions of people to give back and support the causes they believe in. In just seven years, GivingTuesday has radically changed how we think about generosity and showed just how much power communities everywhere have to create change.