What? Child trafficking at this summer's World Cup in Brazil?
Whenever there's a large international sporting event -- such as the World Cup, Super Bowl, or Olympics -- it's not only fans who show up, but also human traffickers.
This summer's mega World Cup in Brazil will be no different. Millions of people will travel to Brazil to celebrate the games. Traffickers are already making plans to be there too -- to sell children.
And we're making it available without charge to the many anti-trafficking organizations working in Brazil before, during, and after the games this summer.
They can download the free curriculum at www.born2fly.org.
Portuguese is our 10th language, joining English, Spanish, Russian, Thai, Hindi, Chinese, Nepali, Indonesian, and Visayan (Philippines)...with more on the way.
More than 460 organizations in 65 countries have registered to download our free anti-trafficking materials. If you know someone working with children -- not just in Brazil but anywhere in the world -- please tell them they can download these life-saving materials at www.born2fly.org.
And remember: We give away these materials without charge because most organizations working with kids couldn’t afford to pay anyway. We rely on the generosity of donors so we can keep doing that. If you'd like to donate to our efforts, you can make an instant online contribution at www.born2fly.org