Buy your tickets online for this chance to support the restoration of local teens recovering from being trafficked. Come dressed in semi-formal attire and enjoy snacks, a cash bar, and an auction as well as the opportunity to purchase the modeled outfits. Tickets are llimited so don't wait for this chance.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Hazen Jewelry and Worth New York invite you to enjoy snacks and drinks while enjoying their exclusive collection and supporting liberty. Ten percent of all proceeds will be donated to Freedom Place which provides Equine Therapy for survivors of human trafficking.
You are invited to register through Eventbrite to attend an in depth series of workshops and outreach opportunities in the run-up to the Super Bowl. The Justice Rally is hosted by Elijah Rising and will feature a number of speakers from both local and national ministries. There will also be a focus on survivor-led outreach to help ensure that the teaching is effective and on point.
Prior to the Rally proper, Elijah Rising will be hosting additional training and will provide their intensive workshop curriculum, Intervention and Outreach, to attendees free of charge.
Register for this informative presentation by long time abolitionist Laura J. Lederer. This event is free of charge and open to the public. Breakfast will be served and parking validation available. For questions contact Kimberly Williams at 832-355-3258 or kWilliams5@stlukeshealth.org
A 2nd Cup is hosting a Mommy & Me yoga class where baby yoga will be the focus. Sign-up is free and available online. This is a great chance to meet other moms interested in liberty for everyone's children so bring your yoga mat, your little one, and some small items that can go into Valentine bags for those being assisted by Free the Captives.
United Against Human Trafficking invites community members to an informative meeting discussing human trafficking in the region and what is being done about it. Topics such as how to recognize signs of trafficking and ways local individuals can help will be covered.