Community Events

The Genesis Project's Annual Evening of Hope

WHERE
Seattle Airport Marriott, 3201 S 176th St, Seattle
WHEN
Friday, December 6, 2013
TIME
5pm-9pm

The Genesis Project would like to invite you to our Third Annual “Evening of Hope” Holiday Dinner and Auction that will take place on Friday, December 6th, 2013, at 5pm at the Seattle Airport Marriott.

 This eventful night will include; a Silent and Live auction provided by Stokes Auction, A delicious dinner, Raffle, Restaurant Frenzy and Dessert Auction. Come prepared to have a great evening filled with HOPE that we can make a difference in the lives of the many young women and girls involved in Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking.

 Last year’s auction was a huge success and we doubled our goal! We have since been able to extend the drop-in center hours during the weekdays, which has allowed us to begin our educational programs and life skills classes. A few girls have already begun the process to obtain their GED’s! We were also able to purchase a van to transport the girls to and from appointments! Since 2011, 81 victims have walked through the doors at the Genesis Project, taking that one step and receiving hope for their new lives.

 Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/7832072941?ref=ecount

 Please consider Donating or Sponsoring an Evening of Hope 2013 presented by The Genesis Project. There are many opportunities! Visit our website at: http://gpseattle.net/?page_id=1279.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): $65/per person

 Event Sponsor: The Genesis Project 

 Phone Number: (206) 229-8917

 Web Site: http://gpseattle.net

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