Partnering to combat human trafficking through awareness, prevention and restoration.
 (336) 365-1065

Become A Partner

For a victim of human trafficking, isolation and rejection are all too common. Many times manipulation and forced perceptions have left them feeling outside of “normal society.”  They are fearful of judgment and continued rejection. 

When we tell them that multiple organizations and many loving people have made their freedom possible, they begin to see their value and place in our community. 

We partner with other passionate organizations that share our belief that all people are valuable.  

Join us in working on behalf of survivors. 

  • Financial support
  • Skills and talents
  • Platforms and networks to spread the word and education
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336-365-1065 or westoverabolition@gmail.com

Become A Freedom Fighter

SCHEDULE A SPEAKER

Our trained team of  speakers are available to speak upon request at your organization, faith-based community, school, or place of work upon request.

PLAN AN OUTREACH EVENT

AbolitionNC will partner with your business or nonprofit to increase awareness. We collaborate on conferences, retreats, movie screenings, and round table discussions.

REQUEST CURRICULUM

Since Fall of 2016, 8th-12th graders throughout Guilford County Schools have been instructed about the dangers and signs of human trafficking as a part of their reproductive health classes through the use of a DVD entitled Chosen. The DVD and its curriculum were approved by GCS’s health advisory committee in July 2016.

Chosen is produced by Shared Hope and includes a power point, handouts and discussion guides for teacher instruction.

The film features two young American girls lured into prostitution, Chosen discusses the potential signs of trafficking while encouraging students to report suspected cases to law enforcement. AbolitionNC with the help of generous donors purchased the DVDs and worked alongside Robin Bergeron-Nolan, director of health services and counseling for GCS, to provide these resources.

 

 

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