18th Annual Banquet “The Garden”
Benefits His House Children’s Home
Saturday, March 17 at 7 p.m.
6900 West State Road 84, Davie
His House Children’s Home will welcome Linda Smith, former United States Representative and founder of Shared Hope International, as special guest speaker at the 18th Annual Banquet. Show your support and make a difference in the life of an exploited child.
Estimated to be as high as 300,000 per year, the State of Florida ranks as one of the top regions in the nation for human trafficking. Your participation at this event will help His House Children’s Home fund its soon-to-open long-term therapeutic home for commercially exploited children. “The Garden” will provide compassionate, therapeutic and trauma-sensitive support to female minors and offer them safety and restoration. At The Garden, the girls will be empowered to begin the healing process and led toward a productive life of purpose, wholeness and independence. The Garden is centered on three key components: Rescue, Restoration, and Independence of victims. All of the proceeds from the 18th Annual Banquet will benefit these young girls in crisis.
Enjoy the banquet knowing that your support will help provide a loving home and assist victims of human trafficking. The evening features dinner, entertainment and the presentation by Linda Smith. Cocktail attired is requested. Tickets are $75 per person or $750 for a table of ten.
To reserve your seat, call 305-430-0085, Ext. 209, or email email@example.com.
About His House Children’s Home
His House Children’s Home serves the community as a full case management agency that provides residential care, foster and adoption services as well as counseling and education for children in crisis and transitioning youth. For over 20 years, His House has provided hope to thousands of children and their families, from newborn to 17 years of age who have been abused, neglected and exposed to drugs. The agency is licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families, contracted in the tri-county area as a residential program and child-placement agency. Our goal is to restore the emotional and physical well being of children in a loving and nurturing environment. His House is a healing place giving wounded children a warm, loving home and renewed hope for a brighter future. Foster and adoption training is available in English and Spanish on our campus. For more information please visit www.hhch.org or call 305-430-0085.