Night of Dreams

A Night of Hope, A Night To Remember

September 16th, 2022

You're invited to the Valley's Most Inspirational Awards Ceremony and Dinner, the September 16th, 2022 Night of Dreams Dinner!

This is an exclusive, invitation only Award Ceremony and Dinner featuring the people and the work of the Phoenix Dream Center. If you’ve been to Night of Dreams, you know! If this is your first time prepare to be amazed!

This evening is filled with hope, inspiration and some of the most amazing people in the Valley – YOU!

As we do every year, we’ll be presenting Hero Awards to many of the young people who have been served in our at-risk youth outreaches and life recovery programs.

We’re really looking forward to seeing you at Night of Dreams September 2022!

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In 2020 there was a 98% increase in online attempts by sex traffickers trying to recruit children
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 2020
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The average age that at-risk youth are lured into sex trafficking in Arizona is just 13 years old
YES Study Arizona 2020
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Over 340 children have been recovered from human trafficking in Phoenix in just the past 18 months
AZ Human Trafficking Council Report 2020
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Children spend an average of 154 days trapped in human trafficking before they are recovered
ASU 6 Year Analysis 2015
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Less than 1% of survivors of human trafficking cases are identified
CASE Study 2019
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Event Details

Date: Friday, September 16th, 2022

Registration and Hors d’oeuvre: 5:30pm

Dinner Program Timeframe: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Location: Glendale Dream City Venue, 21000 N 75th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85308

EVENT REGISTRATION

Please register yourself and a guest here. To register a full table including yourself and up to to 7 Guests CLICK HERE.

For 20 years the Phoenix Dream Center has served at-risk youth, the homeless and needy families of our community.

They have helped to restore the lives of over 5,000 young adult men and women who were homeless and reached countless at-risk youth through community based outreaches.