How You Can Get Involved
It’s Easy to Feel Like the Problem is Too Big.
But the reality is that there are things you can do that have an actual impact.
You have resources, time, energy, creativity, and a sphere of influence that you can leverage for good.
Here Are 7 Ways You
Can Get Involved
When you shop onine or in-store you are helping to employ survivors of human trafficking.
Corporate Gifts of Hope
Change Lives Through Business. Perfect gift boxes for clients, employees, closing gifts, and more.
Become a Donor
From one-time and recurring donations to in-kind donoations of any size, you can leverage your resources for good.
Sponsor, Attend, or Host an Event
Join us as a sponsor or attendee at an upcoming event, or host one easily at your place of work.
Join a Giving Circle
Our Circle of Sisters and Band of Brothers giving circles are a way for men and women to join together to help our community.
Read articles we've put together or attend an upcoming webinar on human trafficking.
Become a Volunteer
Sign up by yourself, with friends, or as a work team and you'll be able to put your hands to work for a great cause.
You Can Make Your Purchases Matter for So Much More
Each purchase from Rethreaded directly affects the lives of survivors and helps them gain skills, get job training, get access to counseling, and put the pieces of their lives back together.
In addition to the handmade products made right here in Jacksonville, FL, we also partner with similar organizations in other locations to provide survivor-made items, which currently helps over 4,000 women worldwide.
You Can Change Lives Through Corporate Gifts
Gifts of Hope are perfect gift boxes for clients, customers, employees, speakers, conference gifts, etc. Shop some classic favorite box combinations or create your own!
Customize boxes with your own company logo, add personal notes, and even let us take care of the drop shipping!
These boxes are highly popular and have been favorite gifts for organizations including the Jacksonville Jaguars, VyStar, Riverside Homes, and many more.
You Can Become a Donor & Help Others Rebuild Their Lives
Every single dollar goes to providing employment, job training, access to counseling, and a community of support for survivors of human trafficking.
No matter what your donation amount, know that you are leveraging your resources to make our community and the world a better and more healing place for survivors.
All donations are tax-deductible and are processed through our secure portal below.
You Can Become a
From upcycling donations and event sponsorship to recurring or one-time giving or even team volunteer days, there are countless ways your business can get involved with Rethreaded. Our corporate sponsors have included Southwest Airlines, Farah & Farah, Mac Papers, and many more.
You Can Join a Giving Circle
Volunteer-Led Groups Founded by Rethreaded Donors & Supporters
Circle of Sisters
This circle brings women together to form a sisterhood committed to providing support and advocacy for the survivors at Rethreaded.
Through networking opportunities, social gatherings and the formation of partnerships, this community of vibrant women is dedicated to making a difference in the development of Rethreaded and changing the lives of survivors of human trafficking.
Band of Brothers
Band of Brothers is an independent, volunteer-led, staff-supported development initiative.
This giving circle will not only make a significant difference in the vitality of Rethreaded’s development efforts but also create a fun and vibrant group of leaders in Northeast Florida who are committed to supporting survivors of human trafficking at Rethreaded and developing a city-wide demand-reduction program.
Learn more about Circle of Sisters & Band of Brothers by filling out the form below
You Can Become a Volunteer
VYou can join the mission to help survivors of human trafficking by joining us during one of our work days. While we operate a little differently than most other nonprofits, we do welcome volunteers to join us on our mission.
Our goal is to employ survivors of human trafficking and help them gain valuable training to rebuild their lives, so we are careful to not replace those jobs with volunteers. But there are still many ways you as an individual, a family, or a work team can join us to help women rebuild their lives.
*Note: Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
You Can Attend an Upcoming Event