Worldwide says no to sex trafficking.
Worldwide Online Printing is pleased to announce that they have chosen to support Project Futures and their Stella Fella Campaign in its fight to end sex trafficking in Australia.
Worldwide Online Printing’s National Marketing Manager, Phil Wilkinson said today that the organisation was extremely proud to be able to take a stand on such an important social issue and support PROJECT FUTURES.
Worldwide has come on board for the Stella Fella campaign for 2011 and 2012 as a major sponsor. The Stella Fella Campaign highlights and acknowledges great male role models in our community who respect, honourand love the women in their lives and in the lives of others he said.
Stephanie Lorenzo Founder and CEO at PROJECT FUTURES Ltd explained that PROJECT FUTURES believes that men play a pivotal role in ending the demand for trafficked women and children for the purpose of sexual servitude. If we can stop the demand then you can end the supply she said.
Ms Lorenzo added that “Project Futures were thrilled to have Worldwide Online Printing as a major sponsor for the 2011 and 2012 Stella Fella campaign and looked forward to a long and rewarding partnership into the future.”
Mr. Wilkinson said that he encourages people to support the Stella Fella campaign and purchase tickets to see Guy Sebastian perform at the Stella Fella finalist Party hosted by Tim Ross and James Kerley.
“While this is a serious subject we like the innovative way Project Futures has tackled the issue” he said.
Mr. Wilkinson also paid tribute to the work of Stephanie Lorenzo describing her as a dynamic force for the Project Futures cause. Stephanie shows such dedication and passion for Project Futures that we could not help but be impressed by her commitment and drive to see that people are helped.