2018 BHTC Annual Fundraiser
2019 BHTC Fundraiser with E.N.D. It! Corp
Broken Chain" is a stage play with an ALL teen cast about teen dating violence. BHTC is bringing this to Broward because teen dating violence is a huge problem in our community and closely related to human trafficking.
E.N.D. IT! infuses performing arts with life skills, character development and career skills. The youth who participate in the Keeping It Real Performing Arts Team learn about relevant topics in depth and then translate the information into relatable artistic presentations for their peers and community. E.N.D. IT! Performing Arts teens have presented on peer pressure, goal setting, distractions, purity, abstinence, cyber-bullying, gang violence, teen dating violence and human trafficking.
Please join the Broward Human Trafficking Coalition in their annual fundraiser. It will be an invaluable occasion to help spread awareness of the far-reaching effects of teen dating violence!
TRAIN THE TRAINER
Training to become a BHTC Speaker
Hosted within 1HTC's Regional Consortium Summit
Dates: Jan. 24-25, 2017
Location: Broward College: 3501 Davie Rd, Davie FL
Event time: both days 1pm - 4:30pm
Cost of event: Free
Registration: MANDATORY - participated is capped at 35 participants.
The Summit is a multiple track conference encompassing the 5 county region of SE Florida (Martin, Palm Beach, Broward, Dade, and Monroe) dealing with legal, medical, and community issues related to trafficking. Polaris Project ( NHTRC), Heath and Human Services, USCIS, US Attorneys Office, Florida State Univeristy, Nova University, and more will be presenting.
Free CLE's, CME's, and CEU's for qualifying entities are available.
BHTC's Train the Trainer will train individuals already working in the field (must have already passed a background check) to speak on behalf of BHTC and trainer their own organizations or others. Further vetting is required after the training.
2016 BHTC FUNDRAISING EVENT
Special Film Screening of the groundbreaking documentary "TRICKED"
"It's our sons, our daughters, it's happening in every neighborhood... it's our problem"
"TRICKED is not just an important film, it is absolutely necessary. One needn't look to the developing world for horrid stories of children being dragged into sexual slavery by heartless pimps and madams. It is happening right here in the U.S. under our noses and TRICKED is just the film to help us begin the work of ending this horrid form of torture once and for all" Abigail Disney, documentary filmmaker
Date: Saturday, January 2, 2016
Location: African-American Research Library: 2650 Sistrunk Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale FL 33311
Event time: 11 AM - 5:30 PM
Cost of event: Free (Panel Discussion & Vendors)
Cost of movie screening: $10 Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at this website - donate tab. (A receipt will be provided for all online purchases.)
Panel Discussion by Human Trafficking Experts
Aggie Pappas- Director of PACE Center for Girls
Ana Ferrer-Treatment Director at the Nancy J Cotterman Center
Detective Robert Zarogoza- Human Trafficking Detective for
Plantation Police Department
Donna Gadson- mother of DMST survivor
Victor Williams- Special Agent with Homeland Security (HSI)
Pamela Washington-Victim Specialist with the
Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI)
Broward Human Trafficking Coalition
Broward Victim’s Rights Coalition
International Rescue Committee (From Harm to Home)
Junior League of Ft. Lauderdale
Nancy J. Cotterman Center
PACE Center For Girls
Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida
The Mentor Network