Don’t miss the opportunity to win some of these generously donated fabulous live and silent auction items:
- Seven nights in Mazatlan, Mexico
- Six month Family Membership to Athletic Club of Bend w/two private training sessions
- One Night Suite w/two rounds of golf at Brasada Ranch named “Oregon’s Best Destination Resort”
- Two-night private guest house stay and private wine tour/tasting for six at Rocky Pond Winery, WA Wine Country
- Four rounds of golf at Black Butte Ranch w/two powered carts
- And numerous gift certificates to some of Bend’s best restaurants, outdoor tour companies, gift shops, beauty salons, breweries, and art galleries.
Registration is now open, so we encourage you to purchase your tickets and/or your VIP tables TODAY!
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Nita Belles, Founder and Executive Director of In Our Backyard, is the author of the eponymous book – acclaimed as the primer on human trafficking in America. Through true stories and expertise from her many years of boots-on-the-ground experience, Belles teaches you everything you need to know about human trafficking in the United States, helping you identify risk factors, take practical steps to keep your loved ones and neighbors safe from predators and recognize trafficking around you in order to help fight it.
All proceeds from the sale of the book benefit In Our Backyard.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline: 1.888.3737.888
or text INFO or HELP to BeFree (233733)
Convenience Stores Against Trafficking (CSAT) empowers the convenience store industry to take a stand against the atrocity of human trafficking in America. CSAT provides training, victim outreach and public awareness of human trafficking through convenience stores.Human trafficking happens 365 days a year in every city and town in America. No community is immune. Traffickers not only exploit people, they also exploit locations. Longer hours of operation, public restrooms and involvement in the daily lives of their customers, increase the likelihood that convenience stores can help victims of human trafficking.