Covid-19 has severely restricted the ability of charities around the world to raise much needed funds to support their work. Sadly, some of the most vulnerable people in the world are children. The annual Children’s Walk for Hope will take place on Sunday the 23rd of May this year. You, your family, friends and colleagues can take on any physical challenge including walking, swimming, running or cycling any distance of your choosing on the day of this virtual event. Help to protect children from trafficking by taking part. Support this great cause by registering today at https://childrenswalkforhope.org/register-now/
The purpose of this event is to unite individuals from across the globe to help protect, support and empower some the the world’s most vulnerable children and provide them with the childhood and future they deserve. CNCF learned early that transforming the lives of impoverished children wasn’t as simple as just providing access to education. We needed to do more, we needed to address the issues and challenges that keep a child out of the classroom, living on the streets, vulnerable to predators and imprisoned by poverty. Our programmes are a blueprint for the prevention of child trafficking.
How we Help
We work with communities, local organisations and local governments to protect children from being exploited, to help restore the dignity of children and to help them in rebuilding their trust in the world and the adults around them. CNCF takes a holistic approach in tackling the root causes of trafficking by:
- Reducing the number of children being trafficked
- Empowering children and families to rebuild their lives
- Helping children return home and reintegrating them into their communities
- Helping families who rely on their children to work
Whether you are participating as an individual, family or team, you will be directly making a difference.
“The future of our world is the future of our children, our beautiful children. For many of them, it is a matter of giving them back their future, giving them a life, giving them hope” – Christina Noble