SAHS Students and Staff participate in Dressember Campaign

December 06, 2017

Dressember is an international campaign where, for the month of December, participants wear a dress (or a bowtie, for those less inclined to wear dresses) every day & post on social media with links to a fundraising page. The goal is to raise awareness & funds for victims of human trafficking and modern day slavery. 

Last year, almost $1.5 million was raised in December. Dressember is partnered with IJM (International Justice Mission) & the A21 Campaign, and 100% of funds donated go to them to help rescue victims of human/sex trafficking in the US & abroad, provide services & care, fund prosecutors, & more.

If you have an interest in donating to the SAHS team through the team's page, feel free to do so here.

Pictured left to right: Hailey Willius (Student), Sarah Morrissey (Student), Jessica Booker (Language Arts Teacher) Audra Risberg (Student), Kaitlin Anthony (Student), Becky Skogen (World Language Teacher), Molly Siebert (Social Studies Teacher), Chris Otto (Assistant Principal), Jo Dougherty (World Language Teacher), Jacqueline Parr (World Language Teacher).  *These are just some of the participants and there are several who participated that are not pictured.