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SweatFree Communities' mission is to end sweatshop exploitation by inspiring responsible local purchasing and fostering solidarity between U.S. communities and workers worldwide. 

Please help us build the movement for real, lasting solutions to sweatshops by becoming a supporter today

Become a SweatFree Sustainer by making a small monthly donation to SFC, or give a one-time gift.  We'll keep you updated through newsletters, emails, and special reports on SFC's activities around the world. To sign up as a Sustainer, just click the Recurring Payments button below.

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SFC is a campaign of the International Labor Rights Forum, a 501(c)3 organization. Your donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.

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