Show your support in the fight against sex trafficking, raise awareness and funds, and be fabulous at the same time! Join FabFeb by wearing a bowtie, bright lipstick, or red ribbon/scarf every day for the month of February! Join in the fight against sex trafficking and sexual exploitation!
Commit to wearing a red ribbon, bold lipstick, or a bow tie every day for the whole month of February!
Create a fabulous fundraising page through SimplyK. Set a goal that you would want your friends and family to help you raise!
Share your page and pictures to the world! Send your personalized link to everyone on your contact list and post a picture of your fabulous day everyday on social media! Don't forget the hashtag #fabfeb2022!
Wear your red ribbon, lipstick, or bowtie proudly, Freedom Advocate! Spread the word about the reality of sex trafficking and advocate for a change!
Why Red Ribbons/Scarfs, Lipstick, and Bowties? Fab Feb is about standing up and making an impact and we believe that one of the best ways to do this is to stand out. Bold ribbons, lipsticks, and bowties stand to do just that. When someone compliments or asks about your ribbon, lipstick, or bowtie, it is an opportunity to talk about why you are wearing it. We want to have the opportunity to tell as many people as possible about human trafficking. Use this chance to stand out as a way to raise awareness, to raise money, and to bring freedom to those exploited by sex trafficking!
We are so excited to have you join our FabFeb campaign! It makes such a difference to our work and our survivors! While we are looking forward to our campaign, it is even more important to us that you all stay safe and take due precautions to limit the spread of Covid-19. Please continue to wear masks, social distance, and make only essential trips into public places. If you want to show off your lipsticks, red ribbons/scarfs, or bowties, we recommend taking pictures, posting stats, and sharing on social media using #fabfeb2022. Stay safe!
Join us in fighting for freedom and the end of sex trafficking.