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Friday, May 9, 2008

Red Letters Campaign- The Emancipation Network

I wanted to introduce you to a wonderful organization called T.E.N. or The Emancipation Network. I had the privilege of working with them a few years back to host awareness parties about human trafficking. I even had the honor of meeting the Founder Sarah Symons when she came to AZ for a visit. I can tell you her passion is comsuming and she's the real deal. T.E.N. is a great group to hook up with if you're looking to get involved and take a stand against human trafficking

They have grown so much over the past few years. I am thrilled at their success. Head over and investigate The Emanicpation Network for yourself. I still have amny of the items I purchased from them. They are great conversation starters.

Take a look at a few of my favorite items on my "to buy" list.

Rice Bag Backpack
Silver Flower and Stone Bracelet
Orange Dragonfly Choker
Jewel Tone Journal

3 comments:

Derrick Logan said...

Thanks Jen! The hat was about 3 sizes too big but we had to get it in a pic!

Thanks for the link. I've update my links and included you too. Until recently, I didn't realize how many PVC'ers blog! I'm sure there's more to find too.

Have a great week!

Stacey said...

Wow Jen, I had no idea you were involved in something like that. What a wonderful organization to team up with. I love the jewelry! What a great way to support those who have been touched by such a horrible way of life. Thank you for sharing!

Jen said...

Well Stacey, unfortunately it's been some years since I hosted and awareness party. Sarah had invited me to travel with her a few years back but I was prego with Ally and the timing never fit. I sure wish I would have had the chance to go! Maybe one of these days after the adoption.....

I'd like to host an awareness party again though!