April 3, 2014

Hearts Should Be Free: How You Can Help

Hearts Should Be Free is a yearly event which uses giveaways to raise awareness of modern slavery.  The events start in the middle of January and goes through mid February.   There are various ways you can get involved.    Below are some ways you can help.  Please contact me at ecarian@yahoo.com if you are interested in helping or want more info.

Be a Co-Host
I am looking for co-hosts for next year's event.  I realize that this is too big of a project to continue to do on my own, and  I am looking for a few other bloggers dedicated to this cause who would be willing to share some of the responsibility of putting on this event.  I would like people who would be willing to share in the burden of promoting, writing posts, seeking out sponsors, and doing research on slavery.  In return co-hosts get traffic to your blog and the satisfaction of knowing that they have participated in something that makes a real difference.

International Friends - Help Me Bring These Giveaways To More Places
Since slavery is a world wide problem, I would like to open this even up to as many countries as possible.  But I am simply not able to research giveaway laws in every country  If you are from another country and would like to be able to participate in our giveaways, I could use your help researching the laws about giveaways where you live.  E-mail me at ecarian@yahoo.com with HSBF if you are interested in helping with this.

Translation and Research Help 
I am working on compiling a list of websites about modern slavery in as many languages as possible.  If you speak English and another language, I could use help finding websites and online articles about slavery in your language, and I also need help translating a couple sentences to introduce these websites.   E-mail me at ecarian@yahoo.com  if you are interested in helping with this.

I always appreciate any help you can offer to spread the word.  Sharing about this event on your blog, facebook page, twitter, and other venues is extremly appreciated.  I also would love to have people volunteer to be on the "Linky Promotion Team" where we each split up a list of linkies to post this event to.


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