Turnersville: Benefit For Victims of Sexual Trauma And Trafficking

Source: ForDignity1.org
ForDignity announces the organization’s annual fundraising gala 2018 She Has A Dream, to be held on Saturday, April 14 at the elegant Palace Catering hall in Gloucester Township, NJ.
The evening begins with a premier silent auction and raffle opportunities, a delectable sit-down dinner and drinks, followed by a dynamic keynote speaker, then culminating with exciting entertainment, networking and the opportunity to partner with a unique organization, forDignity.
Keynote speaker Annie Lobert is a survivor of more than a decade of sex trafficking and a former high-class call girl. She now serves on the Las Vegas Human Trafficking Task Force and is an international speaker, author, and expert. She is also the founder and director of Hookers for Jesus and Destiny House, which provides transitional support to youth and women seeking to leave the commercial sex industry.
A mini documentary featuring Annie Lorbert is available on YouTube.
Kelly Master is Founder and Director of non-profit forDignity, and she is a powerful motivational speaker who has a has a beautiful gift of translating life’s trials into opportunities of hope.
Master’s first published book, SHINE – Uplifting Words for Girls in Stilettos is inspiring women across the country. She is passionate and committed to advocating for the sexually exploited, and draws upon healing from past addictions, abuse, and shattered dreams to elevate and inspire others.
Kelly Master states that her group is committed to “helping survivors of sexual trauma, most of whom work in the adult sex industry. Survivors often suffer silently with a myriad of complex issues ranging from domestic violence, PTSD, addictions, eating disorders and depression. As a community, we can change that.”

Tickets: Individual $100, Table of 10 – $1000 (VIP Reserved Seating).
To purchase Tickets or learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please email info @ fordignity1.org or visit forDignity1.org.

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