Team Free2Play provides support to survivors of human trafficking in three ways:
(1) By raising awareness of the issue of human trafficking and modern day slavery
(2) By raising funds for NotForSale Campaign Projects around the world
(3) By enhancing the rehabilitation process through the use of art, music and sport
HOW IT WORKS:
Individuals and teams of all ages make pledges based on their own accomplishments, or the accomplishments of their favourite athletes.
*Leichhardt Women's soccer club in Sydney pledged $16 for every goal scored in their 2011 season, raising over $400
* In 2012 J.Freeston of Sydney University Baseball Club has pledged $5 for every base hit he gets, and $1 per run scored by the team
* Musician Rachel Bertram aims to raise awareness and support for Not For Sale through her performances and EP release.
By creatively transforming your skills into a platform to raise pledges and donations for Not For Sale, you help provide education and vocational training for those affected by modern-day slavery. Use your passion to provide a voice for the voiceless! Help us build futures for victims of human trafficking and promote a world where all children can be free to play.
TEAM NOT FOR SALE INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS:
Not For Sale utilises the healing power of play to enhance the rehabilitation of those they serve. Through sports and physical activity, Not For Sale is increasing retention and recovery rates within their international projects such as those in Peru and Thailand.
As a result of ongoing donations, Not For Sale hosted a basketball clinic at their Thailand project two years in a row, while Not For Sale’s Peru project has incorporated a Surfing Tribe for the children associated with Not For Sale's vocational center.
By donating to Not For Sale, you are investing in creating futures for victims of human trafficking. Your generosity helps to ensure our continuing mission to develop and deploy innovative solutions that bring about real change with the goal to effectively end slavery in our lifetime.
For more information or to learn how to become a free2play advocate email
Founded on the United Nations Rights of the Children, which guarantees each child the right to rest, leisure, and participation in play and recreational activities no matter what nationality, race, or economic level.
Play should be an inalienable right for all children because sports are a valuable part of childhood and staying active has been proven to foster profound effects on ones mental, physical, and emotional health.