Reaching Beyond Our Sphere of Influence

Using Social Media to Spread Human Trafficking Awareness

Today, according to Adweek.com, there are more than two billion active social media users worldwide. The generation between 15 and 19-year-olds spends at least three hours per day on average using platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

We at ZOE have consciously chosen to use social media platforms to spread awareness about human trafficking to the best of our ability. We see the importance in bringing the issue of human trafficking to light as well as spreading positive, encouraging messages to our followers. If you visit any of our ZOE social media sites, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube or Pinterestyou will find inspiring quotes, bible verses, beautiful pictures from our ZOE Children’s Home, and videos with great human trafficking survivor stories, statistics, and important information. We also use popular hashtags (#) that pertain to ZOE specifically. Right now, you can find a lot of interesting information about our upcoming ZOE Rescue Walk by searching #ZOERescueWalk on the Internet.

ZOE International desires for as many people as possible to recognize that human trafficking is in our generation and it is our fight. If you are not following us, please join the fight against human trafficking in this easy, tangible way by following and engaging with our social media sites. Through social media, we can reach well beyond our own sphere of influence to bring human trafficking awareness and its reality to as many people as possible.

We will continue to use the power of social media to spread the word to get our message out to reach this generation!

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