Help The Salvation Army raise awareness and essential funds for victims of modern slavery in the UK this Anti-Slavery Day 2018, by buying a #WeAreNotForSale temporary tattoo.
How you can help
1. Buy the tattoo
Get your special edition #WeAreNotForSale temporary tattoo for just £1 from selected Salvation Army charity shops. Find your nearest shop on our map below or download a full list of all our participating stores.
All profits from the sale of the temporary tattoos will go directly to the Victim Care Fund
2. Share your photos online
Share photos on your Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat or Facebook of you and your friends, family or work colleagues wearing the tattoos, and join the campaign online using the hashtag #WeAreNotForSale.
Stuck for words? We’ve got you covered - use our pre-written social media posts
“Did you know there are thousands of people being held as slaves across the UK? I’m supporting The Salvation Army’s Victim Care Fund and standing in solidarity with victims of modern slavery for Anti-Slavery Day 2018 #WeAreNotForSale.”
“In the past seven years, The Salvation Army has supported more than 7000 adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales. This Anti-Slavery Day I’m standing in solidarity with victims of this heinous crime to say #WeAreNotForSale
“Trafficking and slavery is still happening to thousands of people across the UK, and The Salvation Army needs our help to raise funds and awareness #AntiSlaveryDay2018 #WeAreNotForSale”
3. Add our frame to your Facebook profile picture
You can join the campaign on Facebook by adding our #WeAreNotForSale frame to your profile picture. Simply click on your current profile picture, select ‘Add Frame’ and in the search bar type “Anti-Slavery Day 2018”.
Where to buy a tattoo
Due to popular demand, our temporary tattoos are currently sold out online! Please bear with us as work to re-stock. Thanks to everyone who has already purchased one, you are helping us raise awareness for Anti-Slavery Day 2018. You can still buy your tattoo from one of our 97 locations across England and Wales.
Look at the map below to find your nearest stockist:
When people are held as slaves, they are treated as objects that can be bought and sold, with the ways in which they are exploited limited only by the imagination of their trafficker.
Victims are made to feel powerless, isolated, and tricked that there is no one who will help them.
By wearing this tattoo, not only will money be raised for The Salvation Army’s Victim Care Fund which provides additional support to help survivors of modern slavery, but you will be standing in solidarity with victims and helping raise awareness that there are people and agencies out there to help them.
How we help
The Salvation Army has held the government contract to provide specialist support to adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales for more than seven years.
In that time we have supported more than 7,000 victims, through safe accommodation, outreach support and specialist services tailored to each individual.
We operate a 24/7, confidential referral helpline 0300 303 8151 for anyone who suspects that they or someone they have come across may be a victim of modern slavery and in need of help.