Dec 5 – Saving Innocence Gala – this is the big one!
Dec 5 – Missions Network Gathering – Cottonwood church
Dec 7 – CAS – Whats Love Got to Do With It? Everything. Discussion about Foster care and Human Trafficking
Jan 11 – Anti-Human Trafficking Awareness Walk – San Bernardino
January 17 – 19 – The National Women’s Coalition Against Violence Exploitation will present the Southwest Conference Against Trafficking
January 24 – F.R.E.E. T.H.E.M. conference – Cottonwood Church – Los Alamitos
March 7 – 8 Ensure Justice Annual Conference – Vanguard University
I would like to have a human trafficking event posted to the website. Please let me know if this is possible. Here is the information on the fundraising event:
Event Name: Women of Vision Orange County Faces of Change Dinner
Date: May 4, 2014
Location: The Island Hotel, Newport Beach
Cost: $160 pp
Contact for Reservations: Marie Forde at email@example.com
Women of Vision Orange County is pleased to announce this year’s Faces of Change Dinner featuring local San Clemente author Kim Yim and her co author Shayne Moore. The dinner and fundraiser will be held on Sunday, May 4th at the Island Hotel Newport Beach. Doors will open at 4 pm for a spectacular silent auction with dinner and speakers to follow.
“We are thrilled to have both authors of the book, Refuse to Do Nothing as our keynote speakers,” said Melissa Johnson, Orange County co-chair. “These young, dynamic women have a passion for abolishing modern day slavery.”
In Refuse to Do Nothing, “abolitionist Mamas” Shayne Moore http://www.shaynemore.com and Kimberly Yim firstname.lastname@example.org share their stories of coming to terms with the power available to them in their normal, everyday lives to illuminate the shadows where those who traffic in people hide. The women compel corporations to fight slavery in how their products are made, they motivate politicians to fight for human dignity and they mobilize friends and strangers to fight slavery here in California, throughout the nation and throughout the world.
Women of Vision (WOV), a voluntary ministry of World Vision, is committed to empowering impoverished women and children around the world including projects in Orange County. A number of our local projects include: Shalimar Learning Center an after school tutoring and activities program for at-risk children from elementary to high school; and A New Way of Life, provides shelter and help to rehabilitate women who have been released from prison, offering them a home and opportunities for training and self-sufficiency for their new lives; as well as international projects in Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Jerusalem/West Bank, Mexico, Bolivia.
Orange County WOV was established almost 25 years ago and set the stage for the growth of today’s 40 chapters located around the country.
Our dinner event, including silent auction, is our primary fundraising event of the year. Reservations can be made by contacting Marie Forde at email@example.com . At $160 per person reservations are limited.
Women of Vision is a volunteer partnership of World Vision, an international Christian humanitarian organization that has served the poor throughout the world since 1950 through emergency relief and long-term commitment to community-based outreach and development. Tackling the root causes of poverty, World Vision provides assistance to the poorest of the poor in nearly 100 countries worldwide including the United States. To learn more about World Vision and Women of Vision Orange County, contact Jeanie Ralphs at 949 768-0207 or visit http://www.womenoforangecounty.org
Will post this event ASAP, thank you for your information on this event.
January 10, 2015
Saddleback Church Human Trafficking & At Risk Youth Awareness Symposium
This year, for the first time, we are combining Human Trafficking & At Risk Youth together to bring awareness to the risks your children are in, as well as, recognizing victims of human trafficking. More details to follow.
Location: Saddleback Church Lake Forest – Refinery Theater