Tuesday December 1, 2020
You and your guests are warmly invited to this one-hour online charity event benefitting Shared Hope’s work to restore and empower survivors of sex trafficking. Join us with friends, service providers, survivor leaders, and advocates from across the nation at your “virtual tables!” With musical performances and by sharing stories of hope, we will celebrate the joy you give to the children and youth we serve because of your generosity. Especially in such uncertain and difficult times, your steadfast love translates into joy, peace, safety, and dignity for them.
Thanks to our event sponsors, all guest will receive a delivered Goodie Box gift as a thank you for your support!
Here is what you can look forward to as we enjoy our time together!
Performances by Wilnisha “TRU7H” Sutton, Lived Experience Expert (survivor)
- Stories of hope shared by Shared Hope’s partner programs, advocates, and survivors from all across the United States and around the world
- Vision casting and Q&A with Shared Hope’s Founder & President, Linda Smith
- And so much more!
We look forward to spending the evening with you. We have so much to be thankful for.
Thank You to our Hope Gathering Sponsors!
We are offering robust opportunities to promote your business at our Hope Gatherings to a large national audience while also supporting our mission. Funds raised at this event will directly support our efforts to restore and empower survivors of sex trafficking through direct services.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Though very merry donations are appreciated. Funds raised by these events will directly support direct services for survivors of sex trafficking. You can make a donation at sharedhope.org/2020SeasonofHope.
You can make a donation at sharedhope.org/2020SeasonofHope. You will receive a receipt for tax purposes via email and mailing address on file. All donations are deeply appreciated and help sustain our work to restore and empower survivors of sex trafficking.
Yes! Thanks to several Shared Hope friends, donations raised at this event will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $230,000 by our December Matching Challenge, doubling your impact. Funds raised by the Hope Breakfast will support Shared Hope’s restoration work and direct services for survivors of sex trafficking.
Yes! Given the times we live in, we encourage you to gather with guests in numbers that you personally feel are safe. We will supply Breakfast Boxes to small gatherings with as many as 4 guests. Please contact email@example.com if you will have more than 4 guests. You are also welcome to send the event information to family and friends and encourage them to register their own virtual table. The registration link is easy to share: sharedhope.org/HopeGatherinig
Thanks to our event sponsors, lots of Christmas goodies! Individual decaf coffees and teas with honey and a Shared Hope coffee mug. Boxes also include (GF) popcorn and stroopwaffle cookies. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions and we can make adjustments to the goodies included.
Thanks to our event sponsors, we are able to provide 1 Breakfast Box per guest to enjoy. Supplies are limited.
We are using GoToWebinar to host this event. Attendees joining will be automatically muted and they will not be able to share their camera or their screen. However, there will be opportunities to participate in fun Christmas activities and polls and ask questions using GoToWebinar chat feature during the Q&A with Linda Smith. You can test your system requirements here: Check Your System Requirements
Leading up to the event, or on the day of the event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-693-8100 and our team will assist you as best we can.
During the live presentation, send a question to the host with a request to be connected and we will facilitate a connection for you after the event.
Yes! While we cannot guarantee that recordings will be successful, we will do our best to make a recording of the event available shortly after the event.
The views expressed by presenters or performers may not necessarily reflect the views of Shared Hope International. The information and links provided throughout the event are solely for informational purposes and do not constitute legal advice.