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March is women's history month. You can have 2x the impact to economically empower survivors.

Victims of human trafficking are most likely to recover from their victimization and remain free from it when they have the skills, resources, and confidence to attain financial independence. We’re celebrating Women’s History Month by fueling work that helps youth in our Survivor Care advance in their careers and attain higher education.

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what does the money do?

Love146 has reached over 60,000 children with prevention education and survivor care.

with funds raised at this event, you are...

Providing a child recovering from trafficking with holistic care, journeying alongside them for as long as it takes.

Meeting a young person’s practical needs of food, healthcare, and education as they heal.

Supporting a survivor to access and succeed in higher education and employment.

Helping a victim to seek justice against their traffickers.

Preventing trafficking by helping a child understand vulnerability, spot the signs of trafficking, identify healthy support systems, and learn skills they need to stay safe.

Responding to a child who may be in danger by going to meet with them, listen to them, give them resources, and help them understand if they've been victimized.

Equipping a professional with an up-to-date and research-based child trafficking prevention curriculum, bringing it to youth in schools, juvenile justice and child welfare agencies, and other community settings.

Tonight's Program

Pre-show: Musical Performances from Love146 Philippines Survivor Care

Welcome Remarks from Dr. Alysia Harris

A Conversation with Erin Williamson & Marlena King

A keynote from Rob Morris

A vocal performance by Shaëlle Etienne.

The Love In Action Award Presentation to Laura Hagen

Next Steps from Dr. Alysia Harris