Not on Our Watch 2014

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Second StolenYouth Luncheon Raises $766,000

April 1, 2014 The Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Grand Ballroom
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The Board of StolenYouth thanks you for all you did to make the second annual Not On Our Watch Luncheon a huge success! The 2014 Luncheon effort raised over $766,000 - exceeding the total from our first year! We continue to be overwhelmed by your generosity and grateful for your community support. We are very excited to announce our funding allocation for 2014.
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YouthCare's Bridge Program will receive funding to ensure that The Bridge Continuum of Care for Sexually Exploited Youth will continue to build community capacity across King County to recover sexually exploited children and youth and to engage these youth into essential services.
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The Center for Children and Youth Justice (CCYJ), led by Justice Bobbe Bridge, will receive funds to oversee the completion of the data collection plan and identify and train providers on best practices for CSEC that meet the individual youth's needs.
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Organization for Prostitution Survivors (OPS) will use its funding to sustain and expand core services for survivors and launch the Men's Accountability programming.
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Business to End Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) funding will be used to increase the identification and prevention of trafficking victims and to reduce the demand for prostituted youth through community and corporate training.
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We can't thank you enough for partnering with us in this effort to combat the issue of prostituted youth in Seattle.

Thank you

Thank you to everyone who joined us on April 1st. Our second Not on Our Watch Luncheon hosted over 850 guests and raised over $750,000! More than we could have hoped for. Many thanks to our corporate sponsors, donors, table captains and of course all of you who attended. We could not have done it without you.

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Thanks to you, we can continue to sustain the coalition of services these children so desperately need to escape the streets and build a future for themselves. With your generous donations StolenYouth can carry on their vital work of raising funds and awareness to support the recovery of sexually exploited youth in our community.
Every penny will make a difference.
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With the deepest gratitude, Steve & Patty Fleischmann, Event Co-chairs
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