Freedom Gala 2016 ~ Putting an end to human trafficking
Thank you for Joining us for our first annual Freedom gala
As our director, Bryan Bessette shared at the Gala, "Human trafficking preys on the vulnerability of people and works to take power away. The Freedom Café builds on the strengths of people and gives them power to bring lasting change."
If you were unable to return your giving card at the Gala or would like to join us as a stakeholder supporting our work to end human trafficking, we invite you to sponsor the cost of one or a series of our programs or commit to a monthly tax-deductible pledge. (Sponsors will be recognized during each event sponsored.)
Ending human trafficking will take a creative global movement built on generosity and the consistent engagement of everyday community leaders. Thank you for being a part of that movement and for your generous donations to assist us in our work in New England!
Zachary and Nancy Slater
UNH’s Thompson School Community Leadership Program
Rebecca Audet Josh & Leah Bourdon
Esther Brown Wayne Burton
Burt Cohen Erika Conklin
Michelle Fiorentini JJR Consulting LLC
Jeffrey Keefe Jennifer McDevitt
3S Artspace, Sean & Nicole Matthews, Marian Noronha, Dave Zelie and the Lighthouse Student Center, Ruth Dearnly and STOP THE TRAFFIK, David Henry and LOVE146, Bob Atherton, Claudia Barrett and Flight Coffee Co., Roland Ludlam, Kim Douglass and Church of the Rock, Dan Deane, Jim Hatem and Nixon Peabody Law Firm, Tim Barretto, Town & Country Services, Wilma Yowell-Lissner, Michel Whitney, Steve Coppola, Norman Rice and Extreme Networks.