NFS News Archive Free2Rock
The Los Angeles-based rock band, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, has joining Not For Sale to raise awareness and funds in the fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Not For Sale began partnering with bands this January to raise funds, awareness, and action around the issue of human trafficking and modern-day slavery. It’s a platform that ties a common experience for everyone (music), with a cause that is fighting a major problem in our world. Previous campaigns featured the Plain White T’s, Tenth Avenue North, Third Day, Enation, and The Wrecking.
Not For Sale and Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum rock ‘n’ roll band Third Day have joined forces to to prevent human trafficking in one of the world’s most vulnerable areas. The purchase of a limited-edition Free2Rock T-shirt will provide jobs, training and economic development for at-risk men, women, and children in the Peruvian Amazon. Proceeds ensure those vulnerable to exploitation will have the opportunity for a bright future: One where they are free to go to school, get a job and live dignified lives.
Proceeds from this month’s campaign will help Not For Sale create programs that
encourage economic development and provide jobs and artisan skills training for vulnerable
communities in the Peruvian Amazon.
Rock out with Third Day to prevent exploitation, protect freedom and dignity, and
educate others on human trafficking.
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.
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.
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.
In one week, Not For Sale will unveil February’s limited edition Free2Rock T-shirt. Free2Rock unites you, your favorite band, and Not For Sale in the fight to end modern slavery. The Free2Rock campaign takes place each month, for one week only, and is available only through the Not For Sale Store. All Free2Rock t-shirts are made and printed in El Salvador, where Not For Sale is working with a socially orientated factory to empower single mothers and to give jobs to people at risk to trafficking. From production to proceeds, each shirt helps Not For Sale’s anti-slavery initiatives and creates new futures for survivors around the globe.