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Monthly Service Challenge

Each month, a new mission will be posted as motivation for us all to roll up our sleeves and serve our communities. Be sure to keep the Office of the First Lady in the loop by posting on social media using #TennesseeServes for a chance to be recognized as a Service Spotlight. Grab your friends, family, classmates or colleagues and join us as Tennessee Serves!


January 21 Tennessee Serves Service Challenge Facebook

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Tennessee has a nonprofit network dedicated to aiding human trafficking survivors with safe housing, warm meals and therapeutic aftercare services. Join the Tennessee Serves January Challenge and support survivors in your community.

REMEMBER: Anyone can report if they see something suspicious. The Tennessee Human Trafficking Hotline is (855) 558-6484.

Ways to serve this month:

1.    Volunteer: The Tennessee Anti-Slavery Alliance (TASA) comprises three organizations that provide resources statewide. Click on the organization for ways to serve in each grand division.

2.    Learn: Educate yourself on the complexities of human trafficking as a crime.

3.    Give: The need for trained professionals with specific skills is important in the healing and restoration process. Anyone can get involved by supporting the work. As a 501(C)(3), all gifts, in-kind goods or services are tax deductible. Click on the links below for more information.

4.    Donate items or a meal