Women and girls around the world are enslaved by trafficking and gender violence. Every day for 21 days, I'm going to walk freely for those women who can't. I'm Sam, and I invite you to join me on November 16th.
2020 has dished out a whopping dose of uncertainty. Our chests are tight. Our worries through the roof. Our loneliness amplified. But we do not have to stay mired in hopelessness and discouragement.
We can dream a new dream for 2021. We can choose hope. Possibility. Joy, even. We can help ourselves while helping other women around the world. It's time for us to thrive again.
21 Days to ReTHRIVAL is a walking challenge to raise funds and awareness for women around the world subjected to gender violence. It is also a step towards taking more control over our own lives during this pandemic. There is so much I love about the challenge! Together, we will:
- Restore our souls with our own at-home walking journeys
- Reduce our COVID stress and fatigue, taking back control of our lives
- Help other women who aren't free, by walking in support of them
Introducing Her Future Coalition, a non-profit committed to breaking the cycle of poverty and exploitation faced by 32 million women and girls around the world. They've helped thousands of survivors, by providing them with education, shelter, and entrepreneurship opportunities.
Trafficking must end now. When you register for one of our 21 Days to ReTHRIVAL Challenge journeys, half of your entry fee will be donated to Her Future Coalition.
Every girl should have the opportunity to be educated and independent so that she can walk on her own two feet.
I'm a little obsessed with walking. So, one day, I googled, "is it possible to walk the earth?" Turns out, it is. I connected with American adventurer, Angela Maxwell, of shewalkstheearth.com. She's been walking the globe for nearly six years! Her mission is to complete 20,000 miles and raise $20,000 for enslaved women and girls around the world. She's partnered with Her Future Coalition to help provide education, shelter and entrepreneurship opportunities to survivors of trafficking and gender violence.
Angela is on the last leg of her journey. Let's help her reach her goal. Let's cheer her on while we walk our own walks, wherever we are. She is one woman, who has taken a stand. She's making a difference, and you can, too.