Celebrate Your Birthday by Making a Difference in Her Life
Give your birthday away, raise awareness about human trafficking and make a lasting impact on the life of a survivor or woman at risk. Here’s how to do it:
Pledge Your Birthday
Support our work through donating your birthday! Help us train more women, create more jobs and break the generational cycle of slavery.
Setup a Campaign
First, fill out our Pledge for Freedom form. Then, we will add your Birthday pledge to our campaign landing page and send you a link where your friends and family can donate on your behalf.
Let Your Friends Know
Now comes the fun part! Get the word out about your fundraiser to end human trafficking and help Nomi Network. If you’re planning a party for your birthday, have your friends donate to your campaign instead of buying a gift!
Meet Some People Who Have Made the Pledge
You don't have to be a superhero to make a difference, although you might feel like one after you’re done. These folks gave their birthday away and got something priceless in return – the knowledge that they are helping bring others freedom. Help them reach their goal. Donate to their campaigns today!
It's my Birthday! :) As former Nomi YEB (Young Executives Board) Member and campaign model I was blessed to whiteness the incredible work of Diana, Supei, Maria and the amazing Nomi Team. I can't think of a better way to celebrate then to honor them and the exceptional work they do to affect change everyday! Xoxo
Friend of Nomi. I have served on Nomi Networks board for several years. I am consistently amazed at their passion, innovation, and integrity!
Ever since I was a young child, my heart has always been for women and children, and my desire to see them free in every way. As I enter a new year of life, I am determined to be more active in this movement to make a difference in any way I can, to see people set free. As an Indian-American woman, my heart is to see women and children in India and around the world living free to be who they are meant to be. I want to see women and children being given access to the health, education, and a bright future that they deserve.
My name is Katrina. I'm turning thirty. "I love everything that this organization is about!" - Kat