Register online for this awareness and education event that will take place simultaneously in six Texas counties. The goal is to provide ordinary citizens with the knowledge they need to recognize potential trafficking situations and assist those who are moving towards permanent liberty after having been trafficked.
Register now for this year's Houston Human Trafficking conference. Find out the state of trafficking and the efforts to bring freedom to those who are trapped in bondage. Tickets are available through Ticket Tailor and include an option for purchasing a boxed lunch.
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.
You can RSVP to email@example.com to help plan Free the Captive's 2nd annual event in support of domestic teen trafficking survivors. Even better, A 2nd Cup is also devoted to assisting the cause of liberty so any drink or snack purchased will support that goal as well.
Join Elijah Rising for their monthly outreach to the women being sex trafficked in Houston, letting them know that there is a path to liberty and many willing hands to help them. Please register through Eventbrite to get a schedule and let organizers know how many participants to plan for.
Get your tickets online now or pay at the door, kids 12 and under are free, for this fun way to support the work of Free the Captives while getting a good start on Christmas shopping. This two day event includes a cosplay contest on Saturday with prizes for adult and kid costumes.
Come hear comedienne and trafficking over comer Marti Macgibbon tell her story and share the inspirations she found to turn her life from abuse and fear to one of freedom and victory. Sponsorships and tickets are available online at the Landing website.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for this chance to meet representatives from various local abolition groups, hear the story of someone working to experience liberty from the effects of trafficking and learning ways to support local abolition efforts through your local purchases.
Join Elijah Rising at this black tie optional event and support their work in bringing freedom to Houston's sex-trafficked residents. They have expanded recently from awareness and intervention events to providing a safe-haven for recovery at Kendleton Farms. Tickets can be purchased online.
There is limited seating so get your tickets now for the Traffick 911 benefit dinner Of Great Worth. Traffick 911 has partnered with Cafe Momentum, which trains at-risk youth to give them the skills needed to succeed in life, To being together an amazing dinner while learning from one of the survivors who has found freedom through the program.
Enjoy live music and tasty treats while celebrating the launch of a new slavery fighting tool. The GoBox was made through collaboration between several arms of the abolition community and has now finished its testing phase and is ready for use in the general community.
UPDATE: the date has been postponed to Nov 6th due to the hurricane.
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
Abolitionists, and those wanting to know more about fighting human trafficking, in the Ft. Worth area are invited to this luncheon which features a number of community speakers.
Tickets are $45 and available to non-club members by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to members by contacting email@example.com
UPDATE: the Houston portion of the run has had to be cancelled due to the hurricane damage. All other runs will proceed as scheduled and those intending to participate in the Houston run are encouraged to participate in one of the other events.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org