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As the crowd rose to their feet at the Pyle Center at the U of W at Madison last Saturday, April 13th, in ovation of a panel discussion that Breaking Free survivors participated in, I was so proud! Proud of their courage, proud of their wisdom and proud of the voices that they each shared. Thanks to 4W-STREETS (Social Transformations to End Exploitation and Trafficking for Sex, for sponsoring our plenary panel discussion and to Chris Stark who paved the way. We were able to highlight the art and experiences that we held as survivors of prostitution and trafficking.
Every year we host an annual BBQ where we invite all of our clients, past and present, along with their children to enjoy a day of food and fun that is in honor of them. We have anywhere between 100 and 150 people that join us with about 50 being children. This event is one that the women we serve look forward to every year. This year’s BBQ will be at Newell Park on July 27th.
Help support our women & girls by individually donating or hosting a donation drive for new or gently used items.
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