Once a year, random individuals from around the country commit to igniting a broader awareness of human trafficking while raising funds for anti-trafficking organizations. The method is simple--wearing your chosen black item of clothing each and every day for a month. (Before you skip-out, you guys can do this too, in your shirt, suit, or tie.)
If you want to learn more about human trafficking, help others know about this issue, and do something meaningful about it, we invite you to join us in the Little Black Dress Project, or LBD Project.
This project was created by an average person for ordinary people. We've had men, women, and even children join us. It doesn't matter if you are an AV technician, photographer, college kid, teacher's aid, mural-painter, website designer, fiction book blogger, homeschooler, student director at the synagogue, daycare worker, lighting architect, media consultant, non-profit staff, mommy of a newborn, or a mom of four--we've had all of these take part in the LBD Project.
If you want to make a difference, this is an easy way to change the world.
While we wear the same item of clothing daily, we ask you to join us by giving to various human trafficking organizations. Instead of reinventing the wheel, we invest in those already working on the frontlines. We support their projects as they prevent and free victims of human trafficking, rescuing and restoring these survivors of modern slavery.
We invite you to donate $10 with us towards our annual collective LBD Project goal. $10 standing alone doesn't feel like it does much. But working together we change the world!