On November 28th, join us in celebrating #GivingTuesday, the one day that makes every day safer for thousands of families.
In hidden corners of our world today, thousands of brave families face the daily realities of violence and exploitation. Mothers risk their own lives to protect their children from abduction, and entire communities struggle to overcome the trauma of violence and uncertainty. Meanwhile, the same armed groups terrorizing communities have turned to poaching and selling endangered wildlife to fund their crimes, exploiting the very Earth families depend on to survive.
For 12 years, we have been working shoulder-to-shoulder with families in some of the most remote and dangerous regions of central Africa, because we believe in a better world. We know that, by working together with leaders from these communities, every family in central Africa can have the basic safety they deserve and that their communities can thrive together with their environment.
This #GivingTuesday, join us by donating to support programs that are saving lives and empowering families to build a safer world for themselves and their children. Help us reach our goal of raising $10,000 in a single day to create change that will last lifetimes.
When you give to help us reach our #GivingTuesday goal, you’ll help make incredible things possible.
You will help local communities prevent violence by allowing Invisible Children to equip community leaders with training and tools to peacefully resolve conflict, heal from trauma, and build unity.
You will help bring child soldiers home to heal by sustaining our “Come Home” messaging campaigns and programs that help former child soldiers and their families heal together.
You will help hold global leaders accountable by supporting our world-renowned LRA Crisis Tracker and ensure that the injustices facing Central African families don’t go unseen.
Today, the vulnerable around the world face violent exploitation. But tomorrow, with your help, thousands will have access to the basic safety they need and deserve.
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