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Last night at the Love146 Red Gala in New York, hundreds gathered to sustain the work of abolition, and to make promises to see, remember, and fight alongside survivors of trafficking and exploitation.

Here are some of our favorite moments from the night…

Our guest of honor, artist and activist Michelle Phan, who was awarded the Abolitionist in Action Award, had fun taking selfies before the program started…


 

Artist Molly Gochman filled in the cracks in the entrance to the Tappan Hill Mansion with red sand, representing the overlooked and marginalized populations in our communities…

#love146 benefit #RedSandProject at work. So much to learn. ❤️

A photo posted by ❤al☝ee (@valdettesin) on


 

Artist Dave Thomas created two beautiful paintings live during the event representing the stories of survivors of trafficking…


 

Guests dressed in red to honor the girl who wore #146…

#Love146RedGala

A photo posted by Bethany Taylor (@btphonehome) on


 

And the Love146 family who couldn’t make it were there as well, joining us via live stream…



 

Love146’s Executive Director of North America, Jim Ehrman, gave us a whirlwind tour of the work Love146 has done around the world in the past year…


 

Love146 CEO Steve Martin shared about the long journey towards justice that two of the youngest children in the Round Home are taking…

 

And in Love146 tradition, we ended the night with dancing…


 

But the biggest highlight of the evening was the amount of love shown by all those that attended—our goal to raise $100,000 for the Round Home was met… and exceeded.

 
Numbers are still rolling in but the ripple effect of those there continuing to share the story of 146 and raise awareness will continue on long past this night.

The night was centered around making promises to those affected by trafficking and exploitation and we wanted to share a few made by attendees. Take one, or make your own promise, and join this movement of love.

“I promise to continue to tell your story” – Austin
“I promise to inform every person I come in contact with about human trafficking. We can end it together.” – Kendra
“I promise to care and to love you” – Lynn
“I promise to be hopeful in the face of difficulty” – Ron

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