Voice of Hope hosting “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”
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Voice of Hope hosting “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”


PERSON IN TEXAS WHO WON A MILLION DOLLAR PRIZE IN THE SAME DRAWING ONLY CAME FORWARD HOURS BEFORE THE FIVE P-M DEADLINE. THERE IS ONE WAY THE TICKET HOLDER COULD MAY NOT BE ENTIRELY OUT OF LUCK — THE DEADLINE CAN BE EXTENDED FOR CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES TERRI LAST YEAR ALONE VOICE OF HOPE WORKED WITH 396 NEW VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND THEY SAY THOSE NUMBERS AREN’T GOING DOWN ANYTIME SOON. TOMORROW IS THEIR ANNUAL FUNDRAISER AND OUR LEAH DOHERTY JOINS US NOW WITH MORE ON THE EVENT. LEAH, WHAT ALL WILL THEY HAVE GOING ON? LEAH TOMORROW IS THEIR 12TH ANNUAL “WALK A MILE IN HER CONVERSATION ABOUT SEXUAL ASSAULT WITH THEIR CHILDREN. Kristin Murray/Director, Voice of Hope Jaime Wheeler/ Director of Survivor Housing, Open Door Kristin Murray/Director, Voice of Hope we need to start at an early age making sure they know they have a voice and they can speak up if it’s not something they feel comfortable with IN 2018 VOICE OF HOPE’S CRISIS HOTLINE RECIEVED FIVE THOUSAND AND NINTEEN CALLS AND 33 PERCENT OF THEIR VICTIMS WERE UNDER THE AGE OF 17 Kristin Murray/Director, Voice of Hope they wanna believe that this happens on foreign soil but it’s happening in our own backyard if your older children are coming home with purses and phones and clothing that they cant afford then they’re being purchased by someone that doesn’t need to have that influence in their life AND ONCE A YEAR.. VOICE OF HOPE HAS THEIR FUNDRAISER – A FUN EVENT FOR THE COMMUNITY, BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY ALLOWS THEM TO PROVIDE FOR THESE VICTIMS Kristin Murray/Director, Voice of Hope it helps us to be able to provide those extra services for our care packages for our victims in the hospital, if we need to take a trafficking victim to austin or south caroline like we have done before OPEN DOORS SAYS THE MOST VULNERABLE POPULATION TO TRAFFICKING AND ASSAULT ARE THE HOMELESS. AND IN MARCH THEY OPENED THE DOORS TO 20 HOMES FOR SURVIVORS Jaime Wheeler/ Director of Survivor Housing, Open Door they are out there just trying again trying to learn to trust again trying to learn to face the demons they have seen and be able to recover and really get out there and live and be a part of so many

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