It doesn´t need to be difficult to support a good cause! BetterNow has made it possible to establish your own fun and untraditional fundraising for HopeNow. It is the thought, not the amount that counts! Every single thought and small amount is important to us.
HopeNow has made it even cheaper to become a member of HopeNow if you are a student or a senior citizen. The total annual fee for students and senior citizens are now 50 Kr.
Find us on Facebook and Twitter HopeNow would like to become more visible within the social network. We have created a Facebook Group called : ‘HopeNow – Empowering Trafficked People’ as well as a Twitter Profile called: HopeNow_Dk. We hope that you will visit our Facebook Group and follow our latest news on Twitter.
The founder of HopeNow, Michelle Mildwater, won the prestigeous award as the World’s 8. Wonder, created by Danish women’ s magazine Femina and cosmetics giant Elisabeth Arden. At a cozy event in the publisher Aller’s new head quarters in Copenhagen harbour, chairman Anne Brandt Christensen received a check worth 25.000 kroners on behalf of Michelle, […]
Michelle Mildwater, founder of HopeNow, is a finalist in the prestigeous award contest to become the world’s “8th Wonder”, created by Danish journal Femina and Elisabeth Arden. Vote for Michelle from now on and through the 29th. Cialis levitra
Dear subscriber HopeNow will from now on send out four times a year, a newsletter from HopeNow. We hope this will give you all an insight, into some of our main activities. Here are the highlights from this year’s first quarter.
The large Danish tabloid Ekstra Bladet writes (in Danish) april 1st in a major feature on prostitution and human trafficking using knowledge from HopeNow and tv-features on CNN. The point is that Denmark, compared to the other Scandinavian countries, is the last brothel in the region. Sweden has banned purchase of sex years ago and […]
Thursday February 10th Secretary of Equality, Lykke Friis, will accept 59,000 Danish signatures against human sex trafficking in children and youth. They are collected via a Body Shop campaign, where HopeNow has been a partner.
The most recent estimate says that 2,4 million humans are held captive worldwide becoming one of the major concerns in social life. It is now a global criminal enterprise profiting US $32 billion a year. Fighting it requires participation from all sectors of society, says UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime).
The founder of HopeNow, Michelle Mildwater, has once again been nominated to be Hero of the Year in Denmark. In 2009 she was a finalist, but another hero won. In 2010 she continues her heroic work and deserve all the support, she can get. Deadline now Many heroes live among us, big and small, and […]