Mobilize your community in the fight for justice via the 100 Postcard Challenge
The 100 Postcard Challenge is an easy way for you to get involved in the fight for freedom on behalf of children, women and men living in slavery around the world. By getting 100 people to sign IJM's Abolition Postcards, you will show your members of Congress that people in your state care about abolishing modern-day slavery, and grow the anti-slavery movement in your state by adding more voices to the cry for justice.
TAKE THE 100 POSTCARD CHALLENGE TODAY! Email us to get started.
How does the 100 Postcard Challenge work?
- You sign up to take the 100 Postcard Challenge by emailing us: [email protected].
- IJM mails you 100 Abolition Postcards, along with instructions and helpful tips.
- You collect signatures from friends, family, colleagues, etc.
- You mail the postcards back to IJM in the self-addressed envelope you receive with your shipment.
- We hand-deliver your postcards to your members of Congress' offices in Washington, D.C.
Did you know: Collecting postcards also helps build the anti-slavery movement in your state! Signers who are interested in staying in touch with IJM will be kept up to date on future advocacy opportunities and ways to support IJM's mission.
PROCLAIM FREEDOM AND MOBILIZE YOUR COMMUNITY FOR JUSTICE BY TAKING THE 100 POSTCARD CHALLENGE TODAY!
Learn more about why the 100 Postcard Challenge is so important.
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Today, approximately 40.3 million men, women, and children are enslaved. Because of the bipartisan commitment to ending slavery, the US has become a global leader in supporting programs that rescue victims, put perpetrators behind bars, and ensure survivors receive the support they need to thrive in freedom. These life-saving programs are funded through the US foreign aid budget, which accounts for just 1% of the overall federal budget.
Please do everything in your power to protect the 2019 foreign aid funding that makes rescue possible.
As an American, I believe we cannot rest until all are free. I trust you share this conviction.