International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Human Trafficking Awareness Night at Key Arena – August 16

The Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network (WARN) and Seattle Against Slavery (SAS) are excited to team up with the Seattle Storm to host Human Trafficking Awareness Night at Key Arena. Join us on Thursday, August 16 at 7pm as we cheer on the 2004 and 2010 WNBA Champions and support an important cause – Ending Modern Day Slavery.

Buy your tickets from WARN and SAS to support local anti-trafficking efforts for only $20! To order, visit www.seattleagainstslavery.org/storm. Questions? contact warntrafficking@yahoo.com.
 

RSVP on Facebook to receive reminders/updates about the event! We look forward to sharing this important evening with you!

 



The Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network is a coalition of organizations led by the IRC in Seattle that provide direct services to victims of human trafficking in Washington State. Since 2004, WARN has assisted survivors of human trafficking on their path to recovery, providing intensive case management, housing, food, medical and counseling services, and legal and immigration assistance.

Seattle Against Slavery is a grassroots coalition working to make a slave-free world, one city at a time. Uniting community-based abolition activists, local and national non-government organizations, government agencies, and other coalitions, SAS seeks to raise human trafficking awareness and mobilize the public to better advocate for victims, enhance survivor care, promote legislation to combat human trafficking, and help service providers build capacity.

 

 

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