The goal of Dressember is to use clothing to declare a message of dignity + freedom while working to raise support for anti-human trafficking organizations International Justice Mission and A21. Participants commit to wearing a dress each day for the month of December, demonstrating the inherent freedom and femininity of all women.

Please consider donating to my fundraising campaign and ask yourself what you can give to this cause. Your generous investment goes to the ongoing work of IJM and A21 (and is also tax-deductible within the U.S.); no amount is too small to give to this great work. Plus it feels really good to know that you've done something to make a difference in the world.

Have a question about Dressember? Check out my Q & A from last year, and if you don't find an answer there, send me an email! I would love to chat with you more about this great cause!

This section will be updated on an ongoing basis with news, information, links, and other resources related to Dressember. Please check back and share these resources with your social circles. A big part of Dressember is raising awareness about the issue of human trafficking, and I can't do that without your help!

>> IJM Newsroom: Articles about IJM rescues and related events
>> Human Trafficking: Stats, stories, and information / from A21
>> Dressember FAQ: Find answers or submit a question
>> 2014 Statistics: A PDF / from Polaris
>> Hotline Stats / from the National Human Trafficking Resource Center
>> 6 crucial facts about human trafficking / from Mashable
>> 10 things you didn't know about slavery and human trafficking / from Huffington Post
>> Find out how many slaves work for you at slaveryfootprint.org
>> Global supermarkets selling shrimp peeled by slaves / from the AP

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