How Computer Repair Can End Human Trafficking
Do you have an iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC that you’ve been waiting to get repaired? Come join us this Saturday, April 30th and we’ll help you turn that First World Problem into a Third World Solution. That’s right, it’s true that computer repair can end human trafficking in our city and around the world – and we’ll show you how.
Turning First World Problems into Third World Solutions
This Saturday 10:30AM at the Sundial Bridge, United Way of Redding will be hosting their annual Walk Against Traffick event, and we’re helping them throw the party! We will be DJ’ing the event – and performing phone and computer repairs on the side. Not only that, but for every device we repair or appointment we schedule at this event, we will be donating 50% of all profits to put an end to human trafficking in our city and around the world. It’s just one of the ways we love to give back and support the amazing people in our city and community at large.
What Is the Walk Against Traffick?
Walk Against Traffick is a fundraising Walk-A-Thon for Hard Places Community, an organization that is actively fighting Sex Trafficking in Cambodia. This event raises awareness of sex trafficking in our community and helps support amazing people that are on the front-lines of ending this travesty in our day.
Numerous Ways to Get Involved
Do you want to get involved? The best way is to click this link to sign up – and swing by to have a device repaired at the same time! Don’t have a device you want repaired? No problem – just sign up for the walk, have your friends sponsor you, and remind them to come down to visit. The event will be held this Saturday, April 30th at 10:30AM at the Sundial Bridge in Redding, CA. For more information, simply click on the links below, or call into our office at 530-710-1889.