NFS News Archive Jerry Kim
SEED Livelihood Network, an international ministry of the Free Methodist Church USA, facilitates sustainable business development for people needing economic opportunities. As a part of that mission, SEED outfits their team in Not For Sale custom apparel so that the uniforms they wear create economic opportunity for vulnerable populations as well. Co-directors of SEED, Rose and David Brewer, have a deep passion to see people become all that they were created to be.
Athletes have a huge ability to influence culture through their game. Affeldt said, “I want people to get in the fight against human trafficking. We need to make a significant mark in this world with the help of fans joining us. Fans are what we need. They are the ones that will cause this movement to accelerate.”
“95% of chocolate on store shelves today has been sourced unethically*,” says Kristen Carr, Director of Not For Sale Houston. “But here in Houston, we’re lucky enough to have a chocolate company called Araya, which has chocolate that is not only delicious, but ethically-made as well.”
Not For Sale and the Plain White T’s are eager to kick off this month’s Free2Rock campaign in an international effort to end modern-day slavery by creating new futures for the world’s most vulnerable. The American pop band teamed up with Not For Sale to design an exclusive limited-edition Free2Rock T-shirt to end slavery, only available from today until April 6, for $24.
Today, NFS President David Batstone and NFS Netherlands Director Toos Heemskerk took to the streets in Amsterdam’s Red Light District, delivering soup to over 50 women working behind the windows.
Today’s homemade nutritious soups, red Thai coconut curry and gourmet tomato basil, was prepared by Chef Thomas of Soup en Zo and delivered by the NFS Amsterdam team.
Let’s make that passion into a lifestyle. Let’s change our culture. Let’s start with changing the way we buy things. Let’s make it a norm to be more conscious of purchases. Refuse to buy products that slaves have made. As a consumer, you have the ultimate power over companies.
In the final hours of February’s Free2Rock campaign, abolitionists from all over the nation showed their support by purchasing a “Rebel Against Injustice t-shirt. Thanks to you, and abolitionists like you, Not For Sale exceeded their campaign goal of $5,000.
Free2Rock abolitionists have fewer than four days to get their hands on the campaign’s limited-edition Rebel Against Injustice T-shirt. Popular American rock band ENATION officially launched the campaign for February by designing and unveiling the second Free2Rock T-shirt, available for $24. The weeklong Free2Rock campaign features an exclusive T-shirt, designed by a different featured band, singer, or celebrity.
Not For Sale’s Free2Rock T-shirt campaign for February kicked off today with American rock band, ENATION. The Washington-based band has partnered with Not For Sale to design an exclusive limited-edition Free2Rock T-shirt to end slavery, available only until Monday, March 5, for $24.