– About Us –
Project HARTwork was founded by three Denver residents who learned that Colorado is a major hub for human trafficking and were compelled to act.
The organization was formed shortly after one of the founders visited Senegal’s Goree Island. This island, once called The House of Slaves with the Door of No Return, used to be a point of departure for slaves, but has since been transformed into an artist community. Artists sustain themselves while also raising money to fight human trafficking, thus contributing to their community’s healing. This inspirational process inspired Project HARTwork.
Project HARTwork is a non-profit organization that partners with artists around the world to sell fair trade art and engage the community with the ongoing fight against human trafficking. We realize that human trafficking is an emotionally taxing topic to discuss; we’ve found that utilizing art can help start these difficult but essential conversations.
We host a variety of events designed to start conversations about human trafficking issues locally, nationally, and globally. Through our events, exhibits and other forums we provide opportunities to learn and talk about human trafficking while appreciating local talent and art from around the world.
Our artist network is fundamental to our mission and organization. We invite any artist whose work and vision aligns with our message to join us.
We are an organization run by volunteers so we are always looking for enthusiastic individuals to help out and get involved.
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Send a postcard to your legislator to let them know you appreciate their support of anti human trafficking legislation.
MeetUp with us at an exhibit, museum or for coffee to discuss human trafficking issues or enjoy some artwork.
Get a deeper understanding of human trafficking by reading inspirational or informative books related to human trafficking.
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What We're All About
Project HARTwork is an international network of artists and supporters working together to end human trafficking.
PO Box461074 Denver CO 80246
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