End Human Trafficking and Slavery with "NOT FOR SALE"
You can help create new futures for human trafficking survivors.
The number of slaves in the world today is far greater than ever before in history. With more than 30 million people enslaved, slave trade is one of the fastest growing industries in the world [$32 billion-dollar-a-year industry]. After drug dealing, Human trafficking is tied with arms dealing as the second-largest criminal industry in the world. Slavery is wrapped up in almost every industry’s supply chain, tainting the food we eat, the clothes we buy and the electronics we love.
How you help
$5 from every purchase goes back to NOT FOR SALE and help the nonprofit organization create jobs at their partner factories in India and raise funds for NOT FOR SALE’s anti-slavery initiatives to create new futures for survivors around the globe.
About the shirts
1- T-shirts designed by Elif Varol Ergen are made in India at a Not For Sale partner factory by human trafficking survivors. Regular price is $38.00 and $5 goes back to Not For Sale to provide jobs to survivors.
2-T-shirts designed by Neil Tasker (the BYDFAULT branded t-shirt) are made in the USA. Regular price is $38.00 and $5 goes back to Not For Sale to provide jobs to survivors and funds to Not For Sale’s anti-slavery initiatives.
About NOT FOR SALE
For this cause we partnered with NOT FOR SALE. NOT FOR SALE creates tools that engage business, government, and grassroots in order to incubate and grow social enterprises to benefit enslaved and vulnerable communities.
- In India, Not For Sale supports victims of trafficking and prevents further instances of exploitation by providing specialized job training and sustainable employment opportunities at local, ethical companies. Not For Sale drives business to these co... Read more...
Jan / 01 - Not For Sale Action In India - VideoDue to extreme poverty, millions of people from Nepal, Bangladesh, and India are trafficked for forced labor or prostitution. Not For Sale is fighting to break this cycle and bring dignified work to thousands. ... Read more...