At Love146, love is the foundation of our motivation to work towards a day when child trafficking and exploitation no longer exists. Atop this foundation is community, comprised of business institutions, churches, and individuals that share our audacious vision for the future. Last but never the least, from this community comes the transformative power of social movement – the true catalyst to global cultural change that chooses liberation over oppression, humanity over brutality, and perhaps most important to our mission, love over apathy.
With the 2016 Red Gala in Houston fast approaching, I find myself thinking of the loving, supportive relationships that I’ve cultivated with my co-workers and the friends, pastors, and business executives and owners who have chosen to support our work. I am grateful for the city’s community of extraordinary philanthropy, which contributed nearly $12.4 billion to various causes in 2014. And I am humbled to be a part of the movement of non-profit organizations and social service agencies throughout the greater metropolitan area, providing resources and aid in effective, innovative ways to hundreds of thousands of people.
It’s this love, community, and movement that will allow us to reach tens of thousands of youth with
Not a #Number, our prevention education curriculum, throughout the country in the next two to three years.
While I am wholly confident in the expertise of our programs, we simply could not execute our vision without financial contributions. With your support, you join the growing community of abolitionists amplifying the voices of children everywhere. You participate in a social movement that demands a world where youth can and will experience the innocence and joy of childhood.
With this in mind, I give you a list of the Houston Red Gala corporate sponsors:
Thank you for supporting a celebration of Love146’s efforts in Texas over the past year that will raise the funds necessary for the continuation of our work. Welcome to the Love146 family.