A Giveaway With a Cause!

A Giveaway With a Cause!

Hey! So we are hosting/sharing another fantastic giveaway only this time it’s for an amazing cause.

Have you heard of the term “modern day slavery”? Did you know that there are over 27 million people (children and adults alike) who are trapped in slavery and that every 30 seconds, someone becomes a victim of modern-day slavery. About 80% of those enslaved are victims of sex trafficking.

Men, women, and children are being exploited for manual and sexual labor against their will.

My friend who owns and operates his own apparel company called Citizens Threads, donates $8 of every sale to a new non-profit organization every month. For the month of February, David partnered up with Agape International Mission (or AIM), an organization that is committed to Freedom. Fighting trafficking, restoring victims, and transforming communities that allow or participate in sex trafficking.

Citizens Threads designed a new line of clothes specifically for fighting the sex trafficking movement. (See Images Below!) $8 of every sale will go toward funding AIM and their projects!

Now you get a chance to win a free tee-shirt from Citizens Threads! Enter by clicking on the image below and share the love on Facebook and Twitter. Please support their cause by sharing and let others know about the 27 million slaves.
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Here are just a couple of the tee-shirt designs you can pick from:


Free Tee-Shirt-support the cause!

       The Feather Tee      Win a Free Tee-Shirt-support the cause!






                                                           Liberté Tee









So, enter to win and share with friends! Spread the word about modern day slavery and please check out AIM and Citizens Threads. Thanks, good luck in the contest and God bless!


  • Thanks so much to Young Keepers of the Home for sharing our story and helping us raise awareness for this months cause!! Make sure to pick up a t-shirt! $8 of every item bought is donated!

  • What an incredible cause, thank you for writing about it. That Liberte shirt is really cool.