Year End Social

Join us December 9, 2019

You are invited to attend our Year-End Social on December 9th. We will be celebrating the accomplishments of the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition this past year and look forward to sharing our upcoming programs and projects in 2020.


This event is free and all are welcome. We ask that you reserve your tickets today (optional suggested $20 donation). 


Appetizers, desserts, and non-alcoholic beverages will be served along with a cash bar with beer and wine. 


Donation and raffle opportunities will be available throughout the evening to support our continued work in Idaho. 


We look forward to this opportunity to say thank you for supporting our work.


FAQ's

Will tickets be available at the door? 

We would appreciate tickets to be reserved in advance to help us in planning the evening. 


How should I dress?

Our Year-End Social is not formal but we do encourage you to dress up for the evening.


Can I bring my kids?

We love families that are investing in this cause together. However, please consider that the topics that will be discussed in speeches may not be suitable for young children before bringing your family.


Cash Bar Policies:

Proper identification is required for the legal service of beverages. All drinks will be purchased by each attendee. Selections of wine and beer will be available.


Our Mission

The mission of the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition is to work alongside community members in providing awareness, education, services, and safe housing for victims of human trafficking.

What We Do

Solace House

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Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Inc. - Solace House will be Idaho's first safe house for victims of trafficking.

Get Involved

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There are many ways to be involved in the work of the Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition including awareness building, education, and volunteering.

Solace House Outpatient Clinic

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NOW OPEN!

Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Inc. - Solace House Outpatient Services provides mental health services for children and adults, male or female.

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Blue Backpack Project

About the project

We are excited to be partnering with The Blue Backpack Project to provide personal care kits to individuals we are serving. The kits contain hygiene and personal care products, all packed in a blue backpack that can transform into a suitcase. 


How to help: 


You can collect items on the needs list (to the right) and contact The Blue Backpack Project through their website for a drop off location. This is a great project to complete as part of a group, family, church, or office. 


In addition to the care items, The Blue Backpack Project accepts donations to help purchase backpacks. Additionally, you can donate gift cards in increments of $25 which will be used to purchase food, phones, and new clothing for each individual. 


Contact Information:

 

Email: hope@thebluebackpackproject.org

Phone: 208-914-1540

Registered Charity: 501c3 nonprofit 

What's Needed

 Here is the list of items needed:


• Full Size: Shampoo/conditioner 

• Body wash 

• Deodorant 

• Hairspray 

• Lotion 

• Body Spray 

• Face/makeup wipes

 • Face cream

 • Toothbrush/toothpaste 

• Feminine products  

• Chapstick/lip gloss 

• Small first aid kit 

• Hairbrush 

• Ponytails/hair clips 

• Socks • Journal 

• Pen 

• Gum/candy