If you are able to, help us defend human rights for all during the coronavirus crisis

Offline Donations Received Towards Our Goal: $13,797

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We are raising funds to fight injustice and defend victims of human rights abuses

We are asking our community to rally their friends and family to support human rights. The people we serve – asylum seekers, victims of trafficking, and survivors of domestic violence among them – are vulnerable. You can help. At this point, we need resources to set up remote meetings, assist trafficking victims who may feel trapped, answer more calls on our national helpline, and conduct intake interviews over the phone. If you are able to, please give or start a fundraiser to help our clients and protect their human rights during this challenging time.

Thanks to generous donors, donations will be matched up to $40,000. This spring, your gift goes twice as far.

We'll come together virtually as a community on April 7 for Virtual House Party Day. Follow us on social media to join in, and tag everything with #HumanRightsFromHome!

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To designate your gift or fundraiser to support a particular element of The Advocates' work (Refugee and immigrant rights, Women's rights, International justice, Nepal school, or Research, education & advocacy) please email hrights@advrights.org with the subject line: Donation. Thank you for your support.

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