Men's Advocacy Group
Volunteer Opportunities for men
manKINDness Ambassador involves referring a high school or boys’ group to participate in the manKINDness Project curriculum. Groups consist of athletic teams, church/synagogue or other youth groups, bands, clubs, boy scouts, etc.
Second Chance Jobs involves identifying and initiating a partnership with a local business for an employment opportunity for women in New Friends New Life program.
Advocacy & Outreach involves initiatives that include informing organizations, schools, and churches about sex trafficking and exploitation. Members will develop and promote strategies in using the Men’s Board and MAG to further self-education and education of the public about sex trafficking in Dallas and the opportunity that men have in fighting against this crime.
Fundraising to support our initiatives by developing a fundraising vision and strategy that optimizes philanthropic opportunities within the community and meets short-term and long-term fundraising goals.
Policy & Legislation includes work that supports the Policy & Legislation Committee in its mission to impact local and/or state legislation and policies that help victims of sex trafficking and/or help law enforcement and the legal system to more effectively address perpetrators of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Wednesday Night Dinner Volunteer involves dedicating time to support New Friends New Life’s weekly program that runs every Wednesday at a local church. Volunteer activities can range from tutoring and supervised sporting activities with children to providing and serving meals to victims of trafficking.