Freedom Fighter Kelly Diane Galloway, founder of Project Mona’s House, will host her 4th annual THE FREE THEM GALA fundraiser in support of efforts to abolish slavery in Western New York through the work of Project Mona’s House, WNY’s first restoration home for human trafficking victims.
This year’s fundraising Gala & Dinner Show on December 7 at Buffalo’s breathtaking new venue, The Forbes Theater at 500 Pearl St., will be feature powerhouse musical performances by Drea D’Nur, Kimera Lattimer, Peter Collins and Cathy Carter Richardson. There will also be dancing, raffles, silent auction and more! Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the show begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. General admission is $60 and includes balcony seating with hors d’oeuvres. VIP tickets are $100 and includes floor seating, dinner and special gifts. During the event there will also be highlights of some of the major achievements of Project Mona’s House, plus their biggest endeavor set for 2020 “The Free Them Walk” that Galloway is excited to announce.
“The event will take you on a journey of freedom from 1619-1965. Slavery did not end and there is still justice that needs to happen, so we invite the community to join us to fight forward together in the prevention, freeing and restoration of women and children who have been victims of human trafficking right in our own backyards” said Galloway.
Tickets and more information about the event and mission of Project Mona’s House can be found at projectmonashouse.com