Creative Project Volunteer needed to help end child sex trafficking

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Shared Hope International

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Rescue. Restore. Bring Justice

Creative Projects Volunteer needed to help end child sex trafficking

Sex Trafficking is an ever growing issue in modern society, but many are left wondering What can I do?

At Shared Hope International, we believe every life is worth living and that everyone has a role to play. We want to end the sexual slavery of America's youth through prevention education, partnering with restorative homes, and providing legislative and policy initiatives designed to protect victims and harshen penalties for buyers and pimps.

So here's how you can help:

If you are tech savvy and want to get creative, this volunteer opportunity may be for you! This position would involve uploading our years of video content and downloading them to no more than 3 places. It would involve file management, content comparison, uploading, downloading, etc. The ideal person would be patient, highly organized, and detail oriented.

We are also working on our Internet Safety Project which is geared towards educating parents on how to keep their kids safe from online predators. Your role would involve creating content from a working production script and searching for appropriate clips and still shots on Shutterstock for the finished piece.

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About Shared Hope International


2906 E Evergreen Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661, US

Mission Statement

Shared Hope International strives to prevent the conditions that foster sex trafficking, restore victims of sex slavery, and bring justice to vulnerable women and children. We envision a world passionately opposed to sex trafficking and a community committed to restoring survivors to lives of purpose, value and choice - one life at a time.


Shared Hope International was established to provide hope to the hopeless women Washington State Congresswoman Linda Smith found enslaved in the brothels of Mumbai in 1998. Our early efforts targeted the international sex trafficking industry. As we became established leaders in the international movement to end slavery, our eyes were opened to the scourge of sex trafficking in the U.S. We could not ignore this injustice and expanded our impact to bring hope to American women and children victimized in the commercial sex industry. Today, we lead prevention strategies, restoration programs and justice initiatives to combat trafficking in the U.S. and abroad.

Our vision is to coordinate a national U.S. network of protection to improve the response to victims of trafficking. We believe we can create a world where every survivor is surrounded by trained professionals, an alert community, just law and policy, knowledgeable service providers and appropriate shelter options.


Fri Aug 16, 2019 - Sat Feb 15, 2020
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM  


2906 E Evergreen BlvdVancouver, WA 98661



  • Administrative Support
  • Video Production
  • Content Management Systems
  • Internet Research


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training

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