2015 Summer Justice Book Clubs Campaign
Campaign has ended. Goal $1,000.00
Summer Justice Book Clubs
Group Overview
We are continuing our justice book clubs for moms and kids this summer. The groups will meet throughout the summer, read and discuss a chapter book together, and engage in literacy and justice-related activities. This summer the girls are reading “The Year of Miss Agnes” by Kirkpatrick Hill and the boys are reading “Snow Treasure” by Marie McSwigan.

In addition to practicing oral communication and literacy skills, we will be learning how to creatively seek justice and stand for what is right in our homes, schools and neighborhoods, and our world. Using the book and lessons from historical and modern day Justice Heroes, we will explore the threads of kindness, respect, courage, perseverance, and love in big and little acts of justice.

This summer the book club families have set a combined goal of reading 1000 books in July and August. We hope to raise $1000 for IJM to help free the thousands of kids still in slavery on Lake Volta in Ghana. Thank you for supporting the work of IJM and for encouraging our daughters and sons through this campaign.

100% of all donations to this campaign will support the work of International Justice Mission, a human rights agency that is bringing rescue and freedom to victims of slavery, sex trafficking and other forms of violence.

IJM investigators, lawyers and aftercare staff are on the frontlines of the fight for justice in Latin America, Africa and Asia. In 2011 alone, IJM partnered with local authorities to rescue more than 1,600 children, women and men from sex trafficking, forced labor slavery and other violent oppression, and helped put more than 100 slave-owners, traffickers and rapists behind bars.

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