Poster Option 1:
"History is on our side"
Poster Option 2:
General Movie Poster
Poster Option 3:
Personal Invitation (pdf)
Background for Evite or Pingg Invitations – You can use these backgrounds at www.evite.com or www.pingg.com to create an online invitation to send by e-mail. See the Web sites for instructions on uploading these backgrounds.
Backgrounds for Twitter – Use these backgrounds to show your support for the At the End of Slavery movement:
Press Release Templates - Policy-makers pay close attention to what the papers cover in their state/district, and getting coverage of your At the End of Slavery screening is a powerful way to demonstrate local support for slavery abolition.
You should send this either to the News Editor, Assistant News Editor, Features Editor or Community Events Editor of your local paper. You should be able to find the contact information for these people on the paper's website. If the paper does not have a website, just call the paper and ask how to get the release to the correct person.
If media in your area are seeking a quote from IJM, please contact Amy Roth, IJM's Media Relations Director at: email@example.com.
The At the End of Slavery house party kit is full of tools to help you host a successful house party that educates your guests on the reality of modern-day slavery and equips them to start advocating on behalf of victims of this crime immediately.
Your house party will enable your guests to take immediate action on behalf of victims of slavery. Each At the End of Slavery house party kit contains 15 Abolition Postcards for your guests to sign to advocate for anti-slavery legislation with their representatives in Washington. IJM will hand-deliver your Abolition Postcards on Capitol Hill after your party.
Additional Abolition Postcards – If you need more than 15 Abolition Postcards, please request additional postcards by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or print your own with these PDF templates:
For Professional Bulk Printing
The Abolition Postcards enclosed in your house party kit advocate for the passage of the Child Protection Compact Act (HR 2737), legislation designed to increase U.S. support to eradicate child trafficking in countries that have the will to end the crime but lack resources. This bill has support on both sides of the aisle, but we need your help to increase the number of Congressional co-sponsors so the bill stands a better chance of passing. Learn more about the Child Protection Compact Act and follow IJM’s bill tracker »
Use these Web sites to determine who your Senators and Representatives are so you can address your Abolition Postcards to the correct individuals.
If your Representative has already co-sponsored the CPCA (check here for the list of current co-sponsors), consider asking your guests to write thank you notes. Members of Congress rarely get thanked for taking the lead on issues like this; a few thank you cards can go a long way to shore up long-term support for anti-trafficking efforts.
Sample Thank you Card Text
Dear Congressman/woman [Name],
Thank you for your co-sponsorship of the Child Protection Compact Act (HR 2737). As you may know, UNICEF estimates that nearly two million children worldwide are exploited each year through commercial sex trade, and millions more are at risk in dangerous industries. The CPCA provides desperately needed resources through the State Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons to combat child trafficking in target focus countries. Passage of this bill would be an important step toward bringing this crime to an end for good. Please ask House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Howard Berman to make passage of the CPCA a priority this year. I thank you for leadership in this effort.
Churches around the country are following the Bible’s call to seek justice and sharing the reality of modern-day slavery with their congregations and in their communities.