Fighting human trafficking in our region: the community is invited to the sale and auction of works of art | KLBK | KAMC

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Hillary Cobb, Executive Director of One Voice Home, interviewed on KLBK Bright & Early about the 4th Annual Art of Freedom Art Sale & Auction.

The free event is scheduled for Saturday, November 6 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Texas Tech Frazier Alumni Pavilion.

Those who cannot attend in person can enter through the online auction. The following is a press release from One Voice Home:

“One Voice Home is proud to present the 4th Annual Art of Freedom – Sale and Sale of Works of Art. When 16-year-old Garland Spore learned that girls her age were being trafficked in our area, she became determined to help make a difference. Her vision for an art exhibit to raise funds for this cause became The Art of Freedom, the signature fundraiser to support survivors of One Voice Home.
One Voice is a faith-based, trauma-informed and safe space for minor and young adult survivors of sex trafficking, ages 12-23. At One Voice, participants receive comprehensive individualized care, tailored to each survivor’s healing journey, including emotional, mental, spiritual, educational and physical tools to enable them to be individually successful! 100% of the profits from the Art of Liberty event will be donated to One Voice Accueil. The West Texas community will come together at the Frazier Alumni Pavilion at Texas Tech University to fight sex trafficking and show survivors that we are there for them and that they matter!

For more information about the event, please call Tracee Spore: 806.535.1960, or send an email to [email protected]

Sponsored by: Mighty Wash • Hill & Ioppolo Oral Surgery • HEB • Theora • Livingston Hearing Aid Center • Bazar Solutions • Craig and Heather Bragg • Mercy Multiplied • Lubbock Urology • United Family • Interim HealthCare • 24K Health Solutions • First United Bank • De Lubbock County Medical Society of Physicians.

For more information on One Voice Home, visit: OneVoiceHome.org »

Laura J. Boyer