You can make a difference in the lives of women affected by trafficking.
You want to be an advocate for the vulnerable, but the issue of human trafficking can feel overwhelming. It’s tempting to believe your involvement won’t make a difference. But through the restoration of hundreds of women and girls, we’ve seen proof it will.
You can lead a life of impact.
We have a place for you at Woven.
Host a jewellery party
It’s not easy to find ethical jewellery you’re excited to wear. You shouldn’t have to choose between fair-trade or trendy when you’re shopping… with our jewellery, you can have both!
Invite your friends and family over to "shop with a purpose!"
The women in our SE Asia safe homes create beautiful earrings, necklaces and bracelets in modern colours and designs. Proceeds from jewellery sales are given back to the artisans, as well as supporting safe home costs.
Hosting a jewellery party is simple. You handle the venue and food, and our team will set up the jewellery for purchase. During the evening, we will also share for 15-20 minutes about the project and answer any questions your group has.
My fears and doubts narrowed my vision—but God reminded me I simply had to be willing, and he would gently guide my steps.
Sometimes we underestimate the impact our lives can have on those around us. Even if my part in Woven seems small, I know it’s part of a bigger picture. I have a sense of purpose and peace I’ve never experienced before. I get to be part of something significant that changes lives!”
Digital and visual arts are integral to telling an organization’s story.
- Join the Woven Creative team to tell our story through photography, videography, social media, digital design, copywriting
- Collaborate with our team in Canada and SE Asia to support the development of our projects, businesses and to help translate lessons learned in fight against human trafficking into training materials using visual aids
Woven is a Non-Profit Corporation registered with the Government of Canada. Our Finance Coordinator seeks to expand the volunteer team with qualified people to ensure more of our resources can be used directly for the expansion of our project.
- Use your skills to support our project’s commitment to transparency and accountability towards our stakeholders, beneficiaries and the government
- Average time 2 hours/week
Our jewellery tells a powerful story of redemption and transformation. It is the creative expression of girls who chose to leave exploitative situations for the hope of finding safe work.
- Coordinate Woven jewellery parties ensuring points of collaboration between the host and the Woven team
- Ensure and track ongoing inventory for jewellery and related resources
- Design Woven Jewellery experiences that convey the heart of the organization and the impact a purchase can have on those who create the jewellery
- Average time 2 hours/week
- Use your organizational skills to help us represent the story of what God is doing in and through our project at conferences, workshops, festivals, and other venues
- Coordinate presentation materials, event dates, booking requirements and travel arrangements
- Liaison with event office and organizers regarding set-up/ tear-down and payment expectations
- Traveling not necessarily required
- Time commitment is seasonal/project-based
- 4 hours/week on average during high season (winter/summer)
SE Asia | Long-term
Business Development | Woven Cafe
- An interest or skills in barista or customer service in a cafe
- Assist with skill training in customer service
- Create new initiatives and special events at the cafe focused on helping society and sharing the gospel
Business Development Support | Woven Farm
- Assist our business team in developing a new business stream at the farm to include a prayer retreat centre
- Help develop a prayer walk at the farm to include signage – points of reflection and spiritual activities
- Create a marketing plan for all churches in the city of operation (foreign and national to be aware of this opportunity)
General Farm or Experienced Farm Support | Woven Farm
Depending on interest and skill, support general operations on an organic farm. If skilled, will be placed in your area of expertise or interest. The Woven farm focuses on organic production with a focus on 20 different varieties of products including oil, teas and rice.
Content Developer for Men’s Ministry
Work with the country director to create a men’s ministry program for Woven Project Group, which will include:
- Outreach, teaching, training and workshop development
- Content creation to engage men to be a part of anti-trafficking ministries both in Asia and Canada
- Minimum 3 months – 1 year
Chef/Baker/Culinary Trainer/Food Engineer | Woven Cafe
- Menu development for a breakfast and lunch menu – focus on sandwich and BBQ dishes
- Assist with decreasing the time of ticket to plate delivery for food orders
- Help develop and expand our baking options and wholesale options
- Help general product development
Social Media and Graphic Arts Manager | Woven
- Manage the social media accounts for our various businesses, including relaying orders and appointments to the relevant business in a timely manner
- Produce graphics and media for online promotions, printed materials, packaging, decor, etc. for Woven businesses and programs
- Would also serve as a liaison between the design team in Canada to help support the needs in Asia
Beauty Consultant | Woven Beauty
- Assist the head teacher for Woven Beauty by teaching hands-on skills from our curriculum
- Must be a trained cosmetologist or stylist with a gift for teaching
- Support will be provided by stylists who have graduated from the program
SE Asia | Short-term
Ambassador Training is a structured 2-month training program for justice-minded individuals. Participants conduct guided research under the supervision of our Global Director, and meet bi-weekly on Skype to discuss their findings together.
Study topics include: the fundamentals of modern-day slavery, human trafficking issues locally and globally, history and modern-day practices, effects on world economy and impact on communities and families, as well as relevant terminology.
Following the 2-month period, participants visit the project for a week to learn directly from our staff. On your trip, you’ll learn about our safe homes, trauma counselling, prevention, outreach and ethical storytelling.
After your training, you’ll be equipped to understand human trafficking and advocate for sustainable solutions in any setting. Get in touch to find out if ambassador training would be a good fit for you!
If your church or community is interested in partnering with Woven long-term, visiting the project on a short-term trip can be a great first step! When you travel with us, you’ll learn about the multiple aspects of our work including our businesses and national leaders. You’ll gain a better sense of our work and how you can support Woven at home.