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Please join us on Monday October 3rd from 6:30pm to 8:30pm for our monthly board meeting. All our board meetings are open to the public and we invite you to hear about our organization and learn about ways to get involved. Dinner provided, free street parking available. Location: 4710 Curtis Ave, Baltimore MD 21226
Breaking Chains Student Group at Johns Hopkins University is hosting the showing of “Very Young Girls”, a documentary exposing the social and criminal injustices committed against young girls and women who are sexually exploited in NYC. Watch the film trailer HERE.
Those who wish to become involved in the fight against human trafficking will be invited to join Breaking Chains, a student organization committed to supporting local anti-human trafficking efforts in practical ways.
Wednesday October 19 / 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Johns Hopkins University, Hodson Hall, Rm 210
The Safe House of Hope street outreach team conducts outreach to victims of human trafficking on the streets of Baltimore City. Each year, our team has between 500 and 900 interactions with individuals on the streets, the vast majority of whom are under the control of a trafficker. On the front-lines, our team members speak with victims and offer hope for change.
Join us for 12 hours of training over 3 days, in which we will take an in-depth look at domestic human trafficking in Baltimore City and the U.S., and learn how to safely and effectively reach victims as part of the street outreach team.
TRAINING FEE: Box of snacks to distribute on street outreach
Granola bars, Nutri-grain bars, Toastchee crackers, Oatmeal Creme Pies, Hershey’s variety pack, Goldfish cracker packs, Welch’s Fruit Snacks, Nabisco Cookie Variety Packs, Capri Sun drink pouches
Thursday October 20 / 6pm -10pm
Friday October 21 / 6pm – 10pm
Saturday October 22 / 10am – 2pm
After visiting the polls, gather up your friends, neighbors, roommates, and colleagues to join us on Tuesday November 8 from 5pm to 7pm at CLAVEL, a family run mezcaleria and taqueria located in the Remington neighborhood of Baltimore (225 W 23rd St, Baltimore, MD 21211)
Between 5pm and 7pm, 50% of sales from Queso Fundido, Wine, and Bottled Beer will be donated to Safe House of Hope. What is Queso Fundido you ask? PURE DELICIOUSNESS.
Special announcement and presentation will be made by Monique of the Known as Monique Foundation, a valued partner and supporter of Safe House of Hope.
Volunteers Urgently Needed
Interested in a group project for your church or organization? Do you have a desire to help our efforts and learn more about human trafficking? Please e-mail email@example.com to schedule a volunteer date.
Safe House of Hope is seeking individuals to join the board of directors. In particular, we are in need of a CPA and a lawyer; we would also benefit from the expertise of individuals with experience in housing and social work. Each board member is required to provide updates and/or reports to the entire board at each board meeting. Each member of the board must also head a committee. If you have a heart for our clients and possess these or other skills that you believe would be beneficial to accomplishing our mission, please download the Board Member Application. Submit your completed application via e-mail (details in application) or bring with you to the next open board meeting (held the first Monday of every month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm – see calendar).
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