Spin Her Free - The Handspinners Event to End Human Trafficking
About This Campaign
All purchased tickets are valid for the 2020 event. 100% of proceeds have gone and will to charity to end human trafficking.
1. Make a donation to AIM at www.spinherfree.com to help end human trafficking.
2. Register your donation receipt code at www.spinolution.com/spin-her-free to be entered to win a SpinOlution Monarch spinning wheel.
3. Spin yarn during January 2020 (January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month) and share with #spinherfree to promote the event.
WHAT TO SPIN
Spin any fiber.
Spin on a wheel or a drop spindle.
Spin any yarn from cobweb to crazy art yarn.
Spin anytime during the month of January 2020.
NOT A HANDSPINNER?
Don't spin? You can still win! Just make a donation to this page and register your receipt confirmation code on our website to enter the drawing.
ANNOUNCING THE WINNER
Winner will be drawn at random on February 1st and announced on Instagram (@spinolution) Facebook (@SpinOlutionWheels) Newsletter and Website www.spinolution.com. (Note: if the winner is outside the lower 48 USA they will pay shipping costs for the spinning wheel prize.)
Winner may be asked to provide proof of donation receipt to AIM to claim their prize.
One winner will be chosen from all the spinners who registered their receipts at www.spinolution.com/spin-her-free. The winner will receive a SpinOlution Monarch wheel with butterfly engraving and the flyer size they choose (4A oz, 8 oz, 16 oz, or 32 oz) and 3 bobbins. This prize is valued at $1634 - $1904.
#spinherfree on Social Media for a possible repost.
Organized by Ashley Martineau
Author of Spinning and Dyeing Yarn
SpinOlution Creative Engineer
Follow / DM @neauveau on Instagram
days left to give
raised of $10,000 goal
Location / Venue
- Jan 01, 2020 12:01 am to
- Jan 31, 2020 11:59 pm
Campaign to Support Agape International Missions
Agape International Missions (AIM) has served Cambodia for 28 years and fought trafficking since 2005, starting with a Restoration Home for 20 rescued girls. Now, with 12 projects on the ground that impact over 10,000 people every year, AIM programs are stopping the cycle of exploitation by preventing trafficking and rescuing, restoring and reintegrating survivors. Our goal is to defeat the evil of sex trafficking. This is done through a holistic strategy of fighting trafficking, restoring victims and transforming communities.