Tickets, Table sponsorships and donation opportunities are now available online for the 2nd Keep Houston Free gala in support of Redeemed Ministries which will be held at The Bell Tower on 34th. The keynote speaker will be Julia who is a graduate of Redeemed's aftercare program and funds will help support the continuation and growth of Redeemed as it strives to assist local survivors of trafficking.
Online registration starts June 22 for the 7th annual Rudy's golf benefit to provide safe housing for minors who have been victims of trafficking. Breakfast and sign-in starts at 8 am and shotgun starts at 10. for more information or to volunteer please email email@example.com
Register online to participate in a fun day of golf while helping Free the Captives provide a life of freedom after trafficking for Houston teens. Sign-in will begin at 7 am and the shotgun start will be at 8. Lunch will be provided as well as prizes.
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Tickets can be purchased online for an art show that will benefit Free the Captives. "Chic" tickets provide an evening art auction, cash bar, live music and artists painting in person. "VIP" tickets also include an afternoon luncheon and a chance to talk with the artists about their work.
Houston area residents are gathering together in an area known for human trafficking to let sex buyers know that sexual slavery is no longer a hidden crime. T-shirts that mark participants will be available for $10 at check-in. For more information please contact email@example.com
Business sponsorships are now available for Unbound's Light Up The Night 5K which will be held October 14th. Races will be run in Waco, Houston, Ft. Worth, and College Station so there are many opportunities for local businesses to participate. Unbound helps to prevent trafficking through educational programs to students, teachers, and law enforcement and also helps to support organizations providing transition out of sex trafficking in local communities.
Unbound has run Light Up the Night for several years, but this year there will be runs in Waco, Houston, Ft Worth , and College Station. There will be more info as the time comes closer.
The Landing and Redeemed Ministries invite you to learn from Dr. Dan Sartor, PHD, LCPC, NCC On the first weekend of August. The goal of the training is to teach those assisting trafficked persons in recognizing and effectively addressing the neurochemical responses to prior stress and trauma.
Tickets are available at Eventbrite and breakfast and snack will be available both days.
Enjoy a gala evening with art, food and drinks while knowing that 100% of the proceeds are going to support the mission of The Landing, United Against Human Trafficking, and Hope Rising in bringing freedom to the trafficked of Houston. Tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite.
Those interested in the 6 week fall session of the in-depth volunteer training for Free the Captives will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application and mail it to Free the Captives by July 24th.
The six week session begins September 17th and runs through November 5th as October 15th is skipped. It is vital to attend all the sessions in order to be qualified as a Free the Captives volunteer.
Register online to attend Elijah Rising's Saturday training program. Learn about some of the root causes of trafficking and ways to help. Attendees will also be given a chance to browse and purchase items from Kendleton Farm which is a local safe house and residential restoration facility for those seeking to find a life of continuing freedom after having been trafficked.
Bring your family, your friends and your favorite pizza recipe and have a great time at the first ever Pizza Party for Freedom. Tickets and entry registration are available online and will go to support Redeemed Ministries' continuing efforts at providing aftercare for local survivors of trafficking. Along with the opportunity to taste the pizza entries there will be raffles and games for all ages to enjoy
Tickets are now available online for A 2nd Cup's second Local Fare for Local Freedom. Come and taste the culinary skills of several local chefs as they compete for the title of Freedom Chef. Attendees will vote for for their favorite chef by giving donations that will help provide funds both to increase local awareness of trafficking as well as to support local after-care programs.
Austinites 18 and up are invited to a night of dancing and live music with All Hat No Cadillac while providing support for women who have been rescued from trafficking and are learning how to live a life of liberty.
Tickets at the door are $16 while those 21 and older may register online.
DFW residents are invited to a formal-dress gala to support the work of Rescue Her. There will be live music, a three course meal and the chance to hear the founder of Rescue Her tell of the work the organization is doing to provide liberty to victims of local trafficking. Tickets are available online and there is a discount for the purchase of an entire table.
Sign up online for this year's Dig Day. Mercy Project and the Millican Alliance have joined together again this year to provide a fun time of outdoor activities including fishing, a giant dirt dig, and heavy equipment to explore. Mercy Project secures the freedom of children in Ghana and is helping the families become financially independent in order to break the cycle of poverty and enslavement.
Early-bird ticket pricing is available for this intensive two day workshop described as a "Brain-based approach for complex traumatic stress". This course is especially helpful for those in law enforcement, education, and restorative non-profits and provides Continuing Education Credits for several fields. The course will show the physiological affects of stress trauma on the brain and discuss ways of assisting patients and clients in developing healthy ways of coping with the past.
A panel of Harris county and Houston city law enforcement professionals will be moderated by an assistant professor from the Criminal Justice department of the University of Houston-downtown. They will discuss the current state of trafficking in the city and what legislative and enforcement steps are being taken to bring liberty to those affected.
Area residents are invited to help Redeemed Ministries this weekend as they spring clean their office and property. There will be tree and bush trimming for those who prefer to be outdoors and organizing of donated items for volunteers wishing to be inside.
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Elijah Rising and Not in Our City invite you to register through Eventbrite for a free screening of I am Jane Doe. This is the recently released movie about the fight of mothers of trafficking victims to bring the owners and operators of Backpage to justice for trafficking in the rape of minors. Please note that there are no actual restrictions, but due to the graphic and emotionally intense nature of the subject it is highly recommended that only teens and older view this movie.
This will be Naomi's third year at the Dunn Bros. Sale and she is happy to welcome Marietta as a fellow artist. Naomi is adding items made from retired saris to her standard line-up of handspun yarn as well as accessories made using a variety of techniques. Marietta will be providing handmade spa items, such as soap cozies and bath soaks, along with houseplants and herbs in handpainted containers. Information from several anti-trafficking organizations will also be available at the table.
Chef Monique Sandhu and the Forthright Cafe invite Austin area residents to a delicious dinner. Ten percent of the ticket price will go to Redeemed Ministries to help local teen trafficking victims find restoration and recovery in a safe and nurturing place. Tickets for this multi-course meal are $40 and can be purchased online through Eventbrite.