Some girls don’t know where they’re going to sleep tonight, and it never ends up being a safe place
Avery Perez is doing something about that..
Avery was moved and motivated to make a difference for girls her age who were victims of abuse.
Night of Hope is her dream and her way of building a safe space for girls to heal.
You can be a part of this and share in the amazing impact that Avery is having in the lives of girls who’ve been trafficked.
Avery received the Phoenix Dream Center’s Hero Award for her work to raise funding for girls and young women who have been trafficked. Presenting the award here is Brian D. Steele the CEO of the Phoenix Dream Center and his wife Skye Steele the CEO of StreetLightUSA. The Phoenix Dream Center and StreetLightUSA are the largest human trafficking recovery centers in North America.
14-year-old Avery started with a goal to raise $5,000 to rescue girls out of human trafficking...watch her announce her grand total!
You're invited to Avery's Night of Hope dinner!
This is an exclusive, invitation only dinner to join Avery as she raises funds to build a room to serve girls and young women who are healing from the abuse of human trafficking.
This evening will be filled with hope, inspiration, and some of the most amazing people in the Valley – YOU!
Human Trafficking is a global problem and a local problem.
It’s hard for any one person to make a difference, but by joining together at Night of Hope, we can make a difference in the lives of girls and young women.
MAP TO EVENT
Date: Friday, November 12th, 2021
Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: River City Church AZ, 1781 N Central Ave, Goodyear, AZ 85338
Couldn't come to the event?
Make a donation here to help Avery build rooms for human trafficking survivors.
HT3 – Night Of Hope Room Build
More about the project to create more rooms for girls and young women
Due to the increased need for beds for victims of human trafficking, the Nations largest Human Trafficking Recovery Center (The Phoenix Dream Center) is building more beds to house even more victims.
Funding raised at Avery’s Night of Hope Event will help prepare a room that will help reach even more survivors of human trafficking.