Join us on Friday, October 16th for a fun casino evening honoring Libby Spears, our 2015 Champion of Human Rights Award Recipient. Libby’s background in social issue film making and commercial production helps bridge gaps and provides access to places and people that would otherwise never converge or be seen. Her projects provide hope for trafficked people worldwide. Guests will enjoy dinner catered by Stock & Barrel, cocktails, a casino, a silent auction, a raffle drawing and live music by DJ Andy Austin. This event will host 300 guests and will sell out quickly so get your tickets today!
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|North Texas is home to 44% new Americans, bringing their diverse cultural richness to the region. Although 238 different languages other than English are spoken in the region, music and dance is a global language that can be shared across cultures. On Thursday, June 11th, Stratos Global Greek Taverna presented an International Dance Show benefiting Mosaic Family Services.All proceeds benefited Mosaic’s Multicultural Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Program (MYSAP). Our MYSAP program seeks to prevent substance abuse by building positive attitudes, values, behaviors and skills for at-risk refugee and immigrant youth. In addition to substance abuse prevention, we also target the physical, mental, emotional and behavioral development of children who are exposed to unhealthy coping mechanisms or face addiction from an early age.
For more information, please contact Kim-Cuong Than at email@example.com or 214-821-5393 x236.
|On November 13, we celebrated an evening of women in wine at an event hosted by Neiman Marcus Willow Bend. All wine enthusiasts joined us for this fun event, and $40 of every ticket directly benefited Mosaic’s work with survivors of human rights abuses, including domestic violence and human trafficking.To make reservations, contact 972.244.2818. For questions, contact Laura DeMoss at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
On Thursday, October 2, 2014 more than 300 people filled the Fashion Industry Gallery for an evening of mingling, music, art, drinks, and hors d’oeuvres at our Fifth Annual Champion of Human Rights Gala. Event chairs Ron F. Cook and Kristen Muller hosted this fun evening honoring fashion designer and anti-trafficking activist Abi Ferrin, whose Freedom Project helps create alternate forms of employment and hope for oppressed and trafficked women worldwide. We were also joined by Amy Vanderoef of Good Morning Texas as our emcee.
Guests enjoyed music by the Hunter Sullivan Band, an art installation by Goldenlight Creative, live art by Isaac Davies in collaboration with Jacqueline Lott, a fabulous silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, and shopping with Abi Ferrin and the Noonday Collection. Visit the full photo album on our Facebook page.
Our thanks all our wonderful guests, sponsors, and all who made the evening a huge success:
Gold Sponsor ($10,000)
Silver Sponsors ($5,000)
VIP Party Sponsors
Photobooth Sponsors ($2,500)
Floral Sponsor ($2,500)
Bronze Sponsors ($2,000)
Silent Auction Chair
Silent Auction Partners
A very special thanks to Abi Ferrin, Amy Vanderoef, Hunter Sullivan, Amy Simmons, Adams Communications Public Relations, Stock & Barrel, Park Cities News/The Waters Family, Aaron Fairooz, Jim Minyard & Sue de Mille-Minyard, Goldenlight Creative, Tyson Riggs, Melissa Green, Jack & Donna Pryor, Banks Pappas, Claire Rathbun, Elizabeth Hildebrand, Jacqueline Lott, Isaac Davies, Van Ta, & Michelle Flores.
WHEN 11:00 am – 1:30 pm, Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Fashion Show + Luncheon
Pop-Up Store available during event (Percentage of sales donated to Mosaic)
WHERE Al Biernat’s Restaurant [MAP]
$300 Individual Ticket
$2,000 Silver Table (4 Seats Included)
$5,000 Gold Table (8 Seats Included)
$10,000 Platinum Table (12 Seats Included)
As seating is limited, we ask that you RSVP by April 20, 2014
FIRST ANNUAL FASHION FOR FREEDOM
HEADLINING ABI FERRIN
INTRODUCING JULIETTE LONGUET
HOSTED BY AL BIERNAT
REMARKS BY THE HONORABLE MICHAEL S. RAWLINGS
MADE POSSIBLE BY THE GENEROUS DONATIONS & TIRELESS EFFORTS OF
WHEN 11:30 am – 1 pm, Friday, October 25, 2013
WHERE The Adolphus Hotel [MAP]
TICKETS $125 each until September 1; regularly $150 [PURCHASE HERE]
CHAMPION OF HUMAN RIGHTS LUNCHEON
2013 HONOREE: JUDGE ROBERTO CAÑAS JR.
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER: ABI FERRIN
2013 EMCEE: GLORIA CAMPOS
PAST AWARD RECIPIENTS