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Journey Out is pleased to annouce it’s annual Awareness Walk & 5K Run on Saturday, October 10th 2015 at Woodley Park in Van Nuys. This event is conceived as a day to gather in a natural setting and raise awareness about the issue of Sex Trafficking and give our supporters an opportunity to have their voice heard. All funds raised will directly impact the efforts of our organization and the victims we serve.
Journey Out (Formerly The Mary Magdalene Project) is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit fighting for the freedom and survival of all those whose lives have been destroyed by sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation. We work directly with victims in a variety of capacities including emergency response, counseling, education, supportive services, outreach and advocacy. You can learn more about our organization and the services we provide at www.journeyout.org.
DONATE: If you are unable to attend and would like to make a donation, you can do so at www.journeyout.org/donate. If this donation is being made in support of a walker or runner participating in the event please indicate their name in the notes section.
Choose between a 2 mile Walk or 5K Run.
Woodley Park – 6350 Woodley Ave. Van Nuys, CA 91406 (Woodley Ave and Victory Blvd)
Plently of free parking in front of event
Walk is suitable for all ages. Children 8 and under are free.
FREE T-SHIRT WITH REGISTRATION
FREE RAFFLE DRAWING; prizes include tickets to The Ellen Degeneres Show, Gift Cards, Running Merchandise and More.
Information Booths with Health Professionals, Running Stores, Nonprofits and More.
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Crime Survivors is hosting the 11th Annual Survive and Thrive 5k Run Walk Health & Safety Expo on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Mason Regional Park in Irvine, CA.
Thanks to our Presenting Sponsors, Chris Kelly, OC Parks and the County of Orange.
We are asking for your help in growing this event and making it a success; while raising awareness, prevention and survival throughout Southern California, empowering all crime victims to survive and thrive! Listed below are ways that you can assist:
Take some time to view the event web site at www.surviveandthriverunwalk.org and share this site with everyone you know. It takes a TEAM….
Crime Survivors thanks you for your consideration to help, support and for your participation. We would be unable to assist victims of crime if it weren’t for your generosity, kindness, partnership and support.
Team Crime Survivors
O (844) 853-HOPE (4673)
C (949) 872-7895 / F (775)245-4798
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“Human trafficking is the second largest and fastest growing criminal industry in the world; victimizing millions of people and reaping billions of profits.”
Join us May 2, 2015 in an effort to raise public awareness educate the community about those enslaved by domestic sexual exploitation. Hear about what is happening in your community from Law Enforcement, Public Officials, Faith-Based Organizations and Advocacy Groups.
*The Peace March will start at the corner of Vernon Ave and Figueroa Street, ending at the Sports Activity Center at 7020 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90003.
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NJ and Los Angeles friends, join the MBS team and walk with us to raise funds for our projects and other highly effective anti-trafficking groups, at the Durga Tree InternationalLacing up for Freedom Walkathon – 5K, Sat. May 16 in Ridgewood, NJ and Sat. May 30 in Orange County, CA. A fun way to show your support and enlist your friends in the cause. You can also walk virtually from anywhere, and get sponsors to help us raise funds and awareness. For more information visit http://bit.ly/18Mr8vh
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To unite LA-based agencies to walk in unity on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day (January 11) and engage the public with the realities of human trafficking, educate them on how to identify and report the crime, distribute national and local hotlines, and provide opportunities for the public to engage in combating human trafficking with various LA-based agencies.
Can’t make it?
Join Walk 4 Freedom on Saturday, January 10 at 9:00 am. Meet at St. Basil’s Church (3611 Wilshire Blvd at Kingsley Dr) and walk two miles through Koreatown, a neighborhood where known cases of human trafficking have surfaced. Bring a bottle of water and carry a sign to raise awareness of modern slavery. No registration or fee required.
Walk 4 Freedom is hosted by the Southern California Partners for Global Justice, Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking and the LA Metro Task Force.
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