Project Mona’s House Engages Community for Human Trafficking Awareness Month!

January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month and Project Monas House Has Activities For Community Engagement
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month and
Project Monas House founder Kelly Diane Galloway has put together
a slew of facts, real stories, videos and a grand finale Sound
of Freedom concert bringing it all together! Check the details, get
active and enjoy!

1.January 11th : Show your solidarity by wearing the color blue on
National Human Trafficking Awareness day. Take your best or
most creative photo to help spread awareness on this day and post
it to your social network with hashtag #ProjectMonasHouse

2.Visit the Project Monas website www.projectmonashouse.com
this month and subscribe to get updates, cool prizes and hear about
the many success stories that happen daily @projectmonas house

3.The 2019 Billboard Clothing Collection launches on January
11th. It will only be available until January 31 and not again until
January 2020. Make sure you show up and get your gear because
it’s gonna be fire!!

4.The Relaunch of 500 hands campaign where 500 people give $30 a month that covers 80% of Monas House expenses and puts them in a better position to get higher dollar awards for grants.

5.The Sound of Freedom Concert. January 25, 7 p.m. at Landmark on Pearl 318 Pearl Street with Drea D’Nur, Curtis Lovell, Sehrea Ndayu and Ten
Thousand.Tickets online at www.projectmonashouse.com