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Thursday, September 12, 2024

Fund the Fight: Prom Night Edition

Fund the Fight: Prom Night Edition

Fund the Fight: Prom Night Edition

Step out onto the red carpet and join us for a night of glamour and giving back at our annual Fund the Fight fundraiser event, this year with a PROM NIGHT theme!

Lighthouse for Life is shedding light on the dark reality of the trafficking of minors by hosting the event in a high school setting. We invite you to dress to the nines in prom attire from any era and come ready to be blown away by the realities of how this heinous crime against our youth is so often hidden in plain sight.

Remember, formal attire is welcomed but not required – your presence alone will make a difference!

Let’s light up the night and make a stand against trafficking together!

Event Details:
6:45-7:30pm
Heavy hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants will be served in the atrium

7:30-8:15pm
Fund the Fight program in the auditorium

**A prom style photo booth will be available in the atrium.**

Location
Cost

Registration & Sponsorship Opportunities

Attendee
FREE to attend! As this is a fundraiser, there will be an opportunity for you to give at the event.

Gold Sponsor
$2,000.00
Your logo will be displayed prominently at the event, in communications, and on our website. You will receive a shout-out at the event from the stage.

Silver Sponsor
$1,000.00
Your logo will be displayed prominently at event, in communications, and on our website.

Bronze Sponsor
$500.00
Your logo will be displayed at the event, in communications, and on our website.

Contact
Questions? Please email Linzy Laird at llaird@lighthouseforlife.org.

It's about the one.

…[it can feel] like this problem is too huge and this is fighting a losing battle, but then you remember it’s about the one. Because I’m one. And all the people that were instrumental in my getting out of that life and my healing, if they had said, ‘Oh I can’t solve the whole problem, so let’s just give up,’ then where would I be?

— RACHEL THOMAS, HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVOR