Selah Freedom Hosts "Take Back The City"

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BY SRQ DAILY MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY NOV 9, 2015

Florida ranks in the top three states in the nation for sex trafficking, with the Gulf Coast region reaching number two in the cases throughout the state. Selah Freedom, a local nonprofit organization, is working to end sex trafficking and bring freedom to the exploited in the community.

On Tuesday, November 17, Selah Freedom will host the 3rd Annual VIP Vision Night: Take Back The City. Welcoming new supporters and honoring individuals and organizations that loyally support restorative services for sex trafficking survivors, Take Back The City promises to be inspiring and uplifting. Through the donations by champion supporters, Selah Freedom is able to provide outreach, prevention for at-risk groups in the community, awareness about sex trafficking to over 30,000 people a year and residential programs to help survivors reclaim their self worth and strength. Take Back The City will also showcase Selah Freedom’s vision for the 2016 initiatives to end sex trafficking in the community.

The event will include an inside look at the Selah Freedom team, moving testimonials of the brave survivors they serve, the successes and challenges of their work, and get inspired to Take Back The City and restore freedom to survivors.

Take Back the City will be held at the Gold Coast Eagle Distributing Center (7051 Wireless Ct., Sarasota, FL 34240) from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. Complimentary tickets are available online at SelahFreedom.com. Advance registration is required. For more information, visit Selah Freedom online

Selah Freedom is a 2015 SRQ Story Project partner and the featured non-profit organization this November. To learn more about the mission of Selah Freedom, their outreach program, prevention, awareness and residential program, visit them online at SelahFreedom.com.

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