Human Trafficking Awareness Event

by Saceia Armstrong

Posted on October 10, 2021, 6:27 pm Viewed 28 times.

Update:

I want to thank everyone for coming out tonight to our Collective Event. It was very informative meeting and glad I was able to hear John Clark of Operation Texas Shield and Joe Madison of  Love People Not Pixals speak. 
I enjoyed talking to every one of you and for those of you that I didn’t get to talk to , feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, or about scheduling an awareness event at your meeting or church. If you want to know more about what we do , or interested in joining us on one of our missions give us a call.
A special note of Thanks to the POM team for taking the time out of your busy schedules, attending tonight’s event and doing what needed to be done to make it a successful evening. 😊

 

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and we are excited to announce The Collective Event on January 24th, 2019 from 6:30pm-8:30pm. The event will be at College of the Mainland in the new conference center rooms located at the back side of the campus in parking lot "D" off of Monticello Dr. 

  • This event is to bring education and awareness about the issues of sex trafficking in Galveston County. We are honored to have our U.S Representative Randy Weber and his wife Brenda, and Galveston County's Criminal District Attorney Jack Roady in attendance, along with numerous Galveston County mayors. We are also extending the invite to local law enforcement, churches and the community at large. The evening's main speaker is John Clark of Operation Texas Shield. He has an amazing presentation that will bring light to this issue. Come hear Joe Madison of Love People Not Pixels share about their expansion into Galveston County to train more "Defenders". And also hear from an amazing survivor who has overcome tough odds to see God work miracles in her life.

For any questions about this event, our outreach dates, presentation dates or ministry needs you can contact us at provom2014@ gmail.com or call 281-817-0307

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