Every picture posted raises $1 for project backpack…be the catalyst for HOPE!
Catalyst Foundation helps build communities in Vietnam to fight human trafficking. They believe that “Being the Catalyst for HOPE” should impact the entire community: the families, children, and individuals. Caroline Nguyen Ticarro-Parker has powerfully displayed that one person’s passion to make a difference, can become an opportunity for the average person to impact global change.
In southern Vietnam there is a community that has been suffering from the effects of war, racism and global poverty. These communities, and others like it, continue to live under conditions lacking the most basic of human needs.
CNN’s Freedom Project: “Children of the Dump” is a three-part series that showcases this community, their struggles, and what Catalyst Foundation is doing to make a difference. Firmly believing that no child is disposable, they work tirelessly to support the community, raise awareness, and fight against human trafficking. They concentrate on impacting the necessary changes and instill hope “one girl at a time.”
Now, we challenge YOU and all of yourfriends to make an effort! Take a stand! See the impact you can make in another’s life! With each individual’s effort, we raise awareness about this modern day injustice and slavery. This project displays the collective efforts of individuals, neighbors, and average people coming together to take a stand. For every picture you post, Catalyst Foundation receives $1 for Project Backpack.
With one picture – you are providing hope to end human trafficking.