Human Trafficking Silent Prayer Vigil

Human Trafficking Silent Prayer Vigil

  • Sunday
    February 05, 2017
    1:30PM-2:00PM
  • St. Andre Bessette Catholic Church
    601 West Burnside Street
    Portland, OR

Join together to pray for victims of and an end to human trafficking. This event is a monthly prayer vigil on the 1st Sunday of Each Month in 2016.

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Understanding the Legal Framework for Trafficking Survivors for Social Service Providers

Understanding the Legal Framework for Trafficking Survivors for Social Service Providers

  • Thursday
    February 09, 2017
    9:00AM - 5:30PM
  • Park Avenue West
    760 SW 9th Ave
    Portland, OR 97205

This full-day training provides social service providers with an understanding of how to navigate legal issues that may arise when providing services to survivors. This training will not cover how to provide case management nor how to provide social services. 

Training provided by the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) and co-sponsored by Immigration Counseling Service (ICS). 

For more information contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Legal Remedies for Trafficking Survivors for Attorneys

Legal Remedies for Trafficking Survivors for Attorneys

  • Friday
    February 10, 2017
    9AM-5:30PM
  • Park Avenue West
    760 SW 9th Ave
    Portland, OR 97205

This two-day training for pro bono attorneys and legal providers is an in-depth overview of the legal issues faced by trafficking survivors. Topics include:

-Intake best practices

-Ethical Issues

-Public benefits

-Victim Witness Advocacy

-Intro to Civil Remedies

-and more!

Up to 14 hours of MCLE credits pending for participants who attend both full days. Paralegals, BIA Representatives, and law students must be accompanied by supervising attorneys to register for the training. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Rahab's Sister Craft & Cocktail Night

Rahab's Sister Craft & Cocktail Night

  • Monday
    February 13, 2017
    7-9 PM
  • Sts. Peter and Paul Episcopal Church
    247 SE 82nd
    Portland, OR

For the next Crafts and Cocktails night, we will be making bath bombs and a sugar scrub. Visit us on Facebook to view photos and learn more. Our fabulous cocktail is Love Potion #9 Martini (aka Triple Berry Martini) Tickets are $20—Proceeds to Rahab’s Sisters.

RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Sunday 2/12.

University of Oregon Human Trafficking Class

University of Oregon Human Trafficking Class

  • Saturday
    May 20, 2017
  • University of Oregon

Law enforcement, survivors, and experts talk about the world-wide problem, to what’s going on in Oregon. We look at the cause as well as how to help put an end to this atrocity. We’re having great speakers again: Cyndi Romine, Joel Shapiro, Ron Clark, JR Ujifusa, Christina Barboza, Grace Westbrook, Chris Luh, Diana Janz, more and MC’d by Wynne Wakkila. This event is really more like a conference than a class--you won't want to miss it. More info to follow!

Adorned in Grace Design Studio Outreach

Adorned in Grace Design Studio Outreach

  • Adorned in Grace Design Studio
    12135 SE Lincoln
    Portland, OR

Adorned in Grace Design Studio is an outreach to at risk teens in our own Portland neighborhoods.  It is the desire of Design Studio volunteers to connect with young girls at perhaps the most vulnerable time of their lives to tell and show them they are incredibly valuable, uniquely created and deeply loved.

The Design Studio is hosting weekly workshops where middle and high school age girls can create their own fashion from wedding and prom dresses, enjoy finger foods and hang out with friends.

To find out more, or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Go Glam: Stop Traffic

Go Glam: Stop Traffic

She is not a slave.  She is beautiful.

And regardless of financial situation, every student deserves to feel beautiful at their prom or special event.

Go Glam: Stop Traffic is a Compassion First Campaign purposed to engage students and professionals of the beauty industry in advocacy and collaboration for survivors of child sex trafficking.

Go Glam: Stop Traffic events are:

  1. Coordinated by: people like you-students, student leadership teams, moms, youth departments, and even beauty professionals.
  2. To Connect: professional hair and makeup artists and their services to students for special events like prom, winter formal, etc.
  3. In Exchange for: contributions for Compassion First and the survivors in their care.
  4. Empowering: both students and beauty professionals to make a difference for survivors of child sexual trafficking.

As a victim, she needs rescue.  As a survivor, she needs hope and restoration.  She need those willing to help.  She needs you.

To Coordinate or for more information on coordinating your own Go Glam: Stop Traffic Event:

REGISTER HERE or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.