Many businesses and churches throughout Indiana are engaging in the fight against human trafficking. We are grateful for your interest and would love for you to partner with us. Ascent 121 has a Community Partnership program in place that will equip, empower and engage your audience. For more information on partnerships, email Megan McGuire.
There are many ways for the public to engage with the Ascent 121. In effort to accommodate your availability and interests, our opportunities fall in two categories:
1. Opportunities for individuals, families or groups
Things you can do today that will benefit the survivors in our programs:
Assemble Activity Kits [A121 Activity Kit]
Give a Holiday Party in a Box [A121 Holiday Party in a Box]
Write Words of Encouragement Cards [A121 Words of Encouragement – Teens]
Give a School Break Special [A121 School Break Special]
Donate supplies from our Amazon Wish List
Register Ascent 121 as your charity of choice on Amazon Smile. 0.5% of every purchase you make gets donated to us!
Please note we are not able to accept donations of clothing, books or hygiene products.
Things you can do today that will benefit our staff:
Sponsor a Care for the Caregivers Retreat [A121 Care for the Caregivers]
Write Words of Encouragement Cards [A121 Words of Encouragement – Staff]
Raise awareness among your circle of influence
Host a book discussion group [A121 Discussion Groups]
Host a movie night and devotional [A121 Movie Night & 31 Day Devo]
Become a Prayer Partner [Count Me In form]
Become a Social Media Advocate [Download instructions]
Participate in a Prayer Journey [Details and Registration]
2. Serve The Ascent 121 Organization
These are ongoing volunteer needs if you have several hours each month:
- Marketing: social media, blogging, graphic design
- Events: plan, staff and host fundraising and awareness events
Where do you start? Register as a Volunteer on the Count Me In form. You’ll receive our newsletter which lists our monthly volunteer needs.
Note: due to the complexity of the trauma that the survivors have experienced and to protect their privacy, we do not have volunteers work directly with the girls.