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!
Breana is hosting her birthday fundraiser to bring attention to the stories of the women who have, through Nomi Network, learned skills that have empowered their own lives. One individual – whether it be in India, Cambodia – or in San Francisco – can practice compassion for themselves and others to change the world. In seeing the same humanity in each other, each of us can be of service to others and make an impact in line with our purposes.
Jasmine will be joining Nomi Network as our international fashion fellow in September 2018. As a highly skilled fashion designer with a heart for social justice and a passion for female empowerment, Jasmine will be an amazing asset to our Nomi International Fashion Incubator in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. As she prepares to move abroad for this position, she hopes to raise $8000 for Nomi Network, to go towards her work of teaching and serving at-risk women in Cambodia.