What is Stride Against Slavery?
Stride Against Slavery is a virtual community challenge that takes strides to end modern slavery by raising crucial funds to support human trafficking survivors who are vulnerable to re-trafficking due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Challenge Yourself. Challenge Slavery.
As a community, we want to cover 2000 miles (3,200km) during Stride Against Slavery June 15-21. This is the square mileage of the island of Cebu, Philippines, which is a hotbed for human trafficking and where 10ThousandWindows works.
Set a mileage goal on your registration form for the week of June 15-21.
Example A: Jane plans to walk 3 miles a day for 6 days. On her registration form, she will commit to 18 miles towards the Stride Against Slavery challenge.
Example B: John’s family of four (two adults and two kids) plan to bike 8 miles together on Sunday, June 21 for Father’s Day. They will commit to 36 miles (8 miles x 4 people) on their registration form.