There are many worthy causes out there but few as alarming as the issue of human trafficking. While statistics vary, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) estimated in that an alarming 1.2 million children are sold into slavery annually (2006). Fortunately several organizations have formed to promote the abolition of this epidemic and tragic problem. One such organization is Love146.
From April 2nd to May 2nd Love146 is hosting Tread on Trafficking, an event that brings runners and sponsors together to raise money for this worthy worthy cause. In an effort to get involved, Dot&Line will be supporting runner, Kate Jaggard Tyo.
From April 2nd - May 2nd half of all reusable coffee sleeve sales will go toward sponsoring Kate in her endeavors to raise $2000 dollars. Click here to play a role in supporting this cause by buying your own reusable coffee sleeve.
To read more about Kate or to sponsor her directly, please visit her blog: kateisfun.blogspot.com.