Celebrate the international day of LUV on February 14 in the following meaningful ways!
LUV Day is an opportunity for friends, families, colleagues, and community groups to share LUV locally and impact lives globally. To follow are three simple ways to get ready for #LUVDay2020
Your generosity equips LUV to offer children food, housing, education, security, medical, spiritual, and trauma-informed care… plus lots and lots of love!
These important resources are key components to addressing vulnerabilities, preventing human trafficking, and ending exploitation.
1. GIVE the GIFT of LUV
This Valentine’s Day, honor your family and friends while lifting up the vulnerable! When you give LUV in honor of a family member, coworker, or friend they’ll be mailed a meaningful Valentine’s Day card about the impact your donation is making in the lives of vulnerable children and women in warzones.
Multiple addresses/address lists can be emailed at any time to firstname.lastname@example.org
Valentine’s Cards for your children’s classmates can also be specially requested.
Honor Cards must be submitted by February 7 for delivery by the 14th.
2. Host a LUV Awareness Event :
Host a LUV Awareness Event at your home, school, community, or virtually. Here are some ideas:
Invite Friends over for a Valentine’s Day party and introduce them to LUV over a meal or treats with free brochures, video, and talking points sent to you.
Host a LUV day lunch and learn at your office with free resources to share about the global issues of human trafficking and how LUV is lifting up the vulnerable in warzones.
Fundraise on Valentine’s Day through a walk-a-thon, bake sale, or talent show…
Offer LUV-o-gram valentine cards with a donation of any size to LUV.
Use social media to raise awareness about LUV with our featured #LUVday posts.
Sharing about LUV is easy with the tools we provide, but you can also host a speaker in your community to share on LUV Day! Contact us today at email@example.com
3. Shop Consciously:
Remember, not all Valentine’s Day Chocolate is created equal. Consider finding a fair-trade chocolate or alternative gift to share with your loved ones on Valentine’s Day.
Plus, there are many amazing organizations that provide job opportunities for human trafficking survivors and/or African artisans. Here are just a few highlights and websites to shop at:
WAR Chest Boutique – support trafficking survivors
Starfish Project – support trafficking survivors
Shop Soko – support African artisans
Life Beads – support African artisans
What’s your favorite initiative or fair-trade store? Let us know.