The SOLD Project is excited to announce that we’ve been honored with the 2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit Award by GreatNonprofits! GreatNonprofits is one of the leading providers of user reviews of nonprofit organizations. The award is bestowed based on the large number of positive reviews given by volunteers, donors, and clients. As one reviewer said about The SOLD Project, “I interned.
A guest post by SOLD staff member, Cameron Allen After being a part of The SOLD Project in many different ways over the past five years, I have finally held some discussions and a fundraising event with some of my friends and family to spread the word about this great organisation. The incredible news is…They have responded. Personally I have.
Hundreds of women gathered in major cities throughout Germany, from Berlin to Cologne, clad in black and walking in silence to demonstrate their support for the voiceless. They marched in protest of human trafficking, as Germany fights the phenomenon. Find out more about their protest, and how people in other parts of the world join us in the fight to.
I look down at my now calloused feet, newly adorned with straight crisscross tan lines as a result of wearing the same sandals everyday for the past month, and I begin to think of how I can possibly try to convey what my time was in Chiang Rai with The SOLD Project. To give a bit of context: I’m from.
In the fight against human trafficking and slavery, journalists have lately been shedding a glaring spotlight on the abuses and practices surrounding the global fishing industry and trade. What happens in one region does not exist there alone. It spreads across oceans and continents, making so many more people culpable and unwitting participants in the cruelty. Last year, The Guardian.
A guest post by SOLD’s intern, Bunty Drewitt, reflecting on what she has learned during her tenure with us. As I approach the last days of my internship at SOLD, I have begun to reflect on my work here and draw some conclusions. My main assignment at SOLD was to help SOLD prepare to enter the research world of human.
Dream is aptly named, for among our students, she is the one who has dared to dream the biggest. When I first started working with SOLD in 2011, I asked all the students what they wanted to be when they grew up. Almost all of them said either teacher or nurse, and the lack of variety in their response showed.
For a limited time only, The SOLD Project has partnered with Causegear to bring you beautiful handmade products that give back. The human justice brand provides life-changing jobs to women in India by paying them 5x the usual wage, helping elevate them out of poverty and injustice and towards a self-sustaining life. Shop now and use code: SOLD when you.
As many of you may remember, one of our former SOLD scholarship students, despite lack of citizenship, went on to break down all barriers to pursue his dream. After years of effort, at the age of just 26, he got not only citizenship but also a degree in law! He has recently just passed the Thai bar exam. We’ve asked.
Ang* is one of those teenagers caught in-between. Of her closest friends, one or two have always been the star students determined to break out of their small town mold. Some others have flirted the line of disaster and, through their influence, threaten to pull Ang with them. Through her life, Ang has fought physical difficulties and learning challenges. She.