Purchase your tickets online to support the work of Free the Captives in helping bring Houston area teens out of the bondage of sex-trafficking. Check in at Tour 18 is from 7-8 am with breakfast available at that time. A shotgun start for a 4 person scramble format will kick off at 8.
Register now for this chance to celebrate 20 years of working towards human liberty and learn more about the plans and tools being used to move forward in the goal of entirely eradicating slavery. There will be a number of dedicated speakers as well as a concert in this intensive and inspirational weekend.
Purchase your tickets online for this opportunity to support Liberty as well as Houston-area artists. The event will provide the chance to watch performance painters at work as well as enjoy live music, snacks and more while viewing, and possibly purchasing, works of art.
Ignore the times (the page requires *something* be put there) but save the dates, Unbound's annual Light Up the Night 5K now has multiple locations and days to give as many people as possible a chance to participate. We will update particulars as details and ticket sales become available.
Houston/Galveston- Oct 6
Fort Worth- Oct 13
Waco- Oct 13
College Station- TBD
Purchase tickets online or take the opportunity to become a table sponsor by visiting Free the Captives's website. Enjoy cocktails, silents and live auctions and an informative talk by keynote speaker Elaine Turner and help Free the Captives provide safety and a chance of recovery and a life of Liberty for previously trafficked Houston teens.
Free the Captives will be hosting their 6th annual Christmas Market Friday Nov. 30 from 9 am to 8 pm and Saturday Dec. 1 from 10 am to 4 pm. This market is a great way to support both the work of Free the Captives and local artisans as 15% of all purchases will be given to Free the Captives.
Those interested in being vendors should contact Free the Captives at their website.
Join other community members along with non-profit and ministry leaders in learning how to stop trafficking in Houston. Gain the knowledge and tools necessary To bring freedom and light to the city.
Thirty dollar early registration ends the first of November, $40 registration will run until the end of December and $50 be available until the day of the conference. If there is space remaining, tickets will still be sold at the door for $60.
Anyone interested in having a booth or being a sponsor can contact Free the Captives at email@example.com
Register through Eventbrite to see the new and expanded drop-in center. While there, learn more about this program that encourages local women in the sex industry to envision a life beyond selling themselves. Find out how The Landing provides the support network vital to gaining a life of Liberty and how you can help support that mission.
Register online for this six-hour course hosted by Heart of Texas and Baylor University. The goal of this free training is to help participants be able to recognize the signs of labor trafficking among foreign workers and to give them the tools to properly report their concerns.
A boxed lunch can also be ordered for $10 by attendees who wish to remain on site.
One of Redeemed's Sparrows is about to fly free and they are looking for a venue and food donations to feed about 50 people so they can send her off with style.
Please contact them at their website or through Facebook if you are able to provide something for the party.
Join experienced fiber artist Joy Matchett at the Woodland Home and learn about spinning and weaving by Texas pioneers.
Abolition-minded people over 16 years old are invited to register online to attend this three day conference intended to help attendees to understand the roots and effects of trafficking as well as ways to help combat it and assist survivors in restoration. This year's keynote speaker is well-known author Eric Metaxas.
Early bird registration is until February 28 and includes everything but lodging.
Get your ticket to attend this quarter's Basic Training and learn concrete steps available to average people to help stop sex-trafficking in the Houston area. Come prepared to take a lot of notes and think of anything you would like to ask the Elijah Rising staff during the lunch-time Q&A session.
Tickets are $25 which covers the event, lunch, and printed material to take home.
Two locations of Kendra Scott will be donating 20% of purchases made during this event to help provide liberty for Houston teens. Visit either the Town Center or The Woodlands locations and enjoy light nibbles and beverages while helping to provide hope to local trafficking survivors.
Kendra Scott is also offering the donation (and free shipping) on any remote orders made during the event. Please call 713.965.4115 to order by phone.
Houstonians interested in abolition and over 21 should RSVP immediately for the last Freedom Place volunteer meeting until November. Trafficking 101 and creating trust-based relationships will be discussed as well as opportunities to work with Arrow in assisting teens who have been trafficked as well as helping those at risk remain safe. Breakfast and lunch will be provided so Arrow needs an accurate attendance count.
UnBound Houston and other local anti-trafficking groups are joining together to educate the Brazoria county community about trafficking in the area. There will break out sessions to address the specific ways in which particular professions (clergy, medical, law enforcement) can work to recognize trafficking and offer effective help to those who have been trafficked.
A complimentary breakfast and lunch will also be served to attendees.
UnBound and the Heart of Texas Human Trafficking Coalition are partnering to train teachers, and others in authority in schools, how to spot "tells" of trafficking and vulnerability to trafficking to make Texas students as safe as possible. Tickets and registration can be found online and Counselor Co-op and Coordinated School Health members may attend for no charge.
Get your tickets online through Eventbrite for this evening of music to support the work of UnBound in fighting human trafficking through education and awareness outreaches as well as supporting organizations that provide services for previously trafficked people.
Early Bird pricing will be in effect until midnight of March 11th.
Tickets are now available online for this fun and informative event set to make the most of the Bluebonnet bloom. The day will start with meeting alpacas and and a demonstration of the carding and preparing of alpaca fiber for spinning. There will also be the opportunity to purchase fiber and yarn.
The second half of the day will be spent at the shop dyeing where attendees will dye their own skeins of alpaca yarn while learning more about color theory and fibers.