San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
SHOW OFF YOUR COSTUMES - Have a Blast & Participate For A Great Cause !!!!
Please join our eventful "Come In For OBV Spell" Halloween Fundraising event. It's our 4th annual fundraising for One Body Village, a non-profit organization with a vision to abolish child sex trafficking and establish safe homes for these unfortunate children.
ALL (100%) net proceeds will go towards prevention, rescue, rehabilitation, and raising awareness for the children who are victims of sex trafficking.
6:00-7:00 Reception - Light Cocktails / Silent Auctions / Photo
7:00-9:30 Guest Speakers
9:30-1:00 Live Music & Dance
Maters of Ceremony:
- Leyna Nguyen: Three-time Emmy Award-winning Journalist, News Anchor for KCAL, KCBS-TV in Los Angeles and Founder of Love Across the Ocean
- Mark Kingston: Managing Partner & Founder of Pavonis Group
Entertainment: Live Music with CBC Band and hi-tech sound system controlled
Attire: Halloween costumes - as creative as you can be !!!
Ticket will include 3-course dinner, limited wine drink at dinner, participation in auctions, and of course dance until you drop. Cash bar will also be available for cocktail and additional drinks.
If you have friends already bought tickets, please let us know their assigned table numbers. We'll try to accommodate if that table is not yet filled.
For event details, tickets, or be part of our sponsors, please email us at OBV.HOUSTONTX@GMAIL.COM and visit https://www.facebook.com/HoustonOBV/ for event progress.
About this organization, please vist at http://www.onebodyvillage.org
See our online auction http://bid4real.com/c83/index.htm
See our past fabulous annual fundraising events: https://youtu.be/T_d5JDkJJGQ
When & Where
One Body Village
To combat child sex exploitation and trafficking especially in Southeast Asian countries, by rescuing at-risk and affected children, educating and empowering communities to be catalysts for change; and
To improve the lives of at-risk and affected children by providing shelter, medical and behavioral health care, educational assistance, and vocational training that will enable survivors to reintegrate into mainstream society as productive citizens.