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JOURNEY HOME FOUNDATION

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End of Summer Bash with Wonder Bread 5 to benefit the Journey Home Foundation and assist them in eradicating slavery.

Friday Sep 26, 2014

Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8:00 PM
21 and over

$39

San Rafael Community Center

618 B Street
San Rafael, CA

- No host food and bar
Wonder Bread 5 is always an amazing show. 100% of the proceeds from this show will benefit the Journey Home Foundation. So click “get tickets” now and join us for a night of cocktails and dancing with your favorite locals WB5.
Journey Home Foundation’s mission is to prevent at-risk Nepali girls and women from being kidnapped and turned into sex slaves, and to rescue those who have already suffered the trauma of being trafficked. JHF provides education, job training, housing, and medical support. Every Nepali girl is at risk of becoming a slave in the big cities of Nepal, or more likely to be transported to India, the Middle East and Asia. JHF wants to eradicate this risk, one life at a time.
Read more about us at: journeyhomefoundation.org
2013- 2014 Challenge JHF now needs to raise $200,000 by December 2014 to fund a 4-story shelter and training center than can provide help for up to 120 girls a year. A 4 wheel drive is needed for mountain village rescues. Just $720 a year or $60 a month will sponsor one of the 35 girls waiting for shelter.

JOIN US NOW
The Journey Home Foundation’s April 2013 Gala was a success, raising much needed funds for sewing machines, a water tank, and solar panels for the organization’s first shelter and vocational training-center for rescued girls, which is located in Kathmandu, Nepal.3512We want to thank all of our sponsors.Featured above, the Grand Door Prize was a painting by Steve Kaufman valued at $3000 donated by American Pop Art Inc.www.americanpopartinc.com

 

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Amie Penwell singer/songwriter serenaded beautifullyShe created the song “All of Us” specifically for the event
Newsletter Musicians
Mike Lassiter Music
Ron Rouda Piano
Sarod Lisa Sangita
19 Broadway Goodtime Band
 
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR ENTERTAINERS VOLUNTEERS AND SPONSORS
You donations will create careers for rescued girls
 
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machine1Gala guests donated pedal powered sewing machines including sponsor Elizabeth Suzuki of Sutton Suzuki ArchitectsThe sewing class is six to nine months and the girls can open their own shops, seek employment, sew uniforms for a local schools, anything is possible!

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Above: Water tank, solar panels, chef school graduate

Empowering one girl at time by providing education and job training

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Above, the girls are working to make dresses first in newspaper, then in cloth, then sewing for the blind.

A USA Volunteer shows the girls a Youtube video about sewing, as it is translated for them into Nepali.

 Hank and Louise

August 2013
Hank and Louise Rose of North Carolina just sponsored Sunmaya Ghale for $60 a month. Will you join them? We need 30 sponsors!

OUR MISSION
Is to prevent at-risk Nepali girls and women from being kidnapped and turned into sex slaves, and to rescue those who have already suffered the trauma of being trafficked.

EDUCATION IS THE KEY
JHF provides education, job training, housing, and medical support.Every Nepali girl is at risk of being made into a slave in the big cities of Nepal,or transported to the Middle East, India, and Asia.JHF eradicates this risk, one life at a time
THANK YOU FOR HELPING US SAVE THEM –
Namaste
There is still time to donate to this very important cause:
VISIT JOURNEY HOME WEB SITE TODAYEmail: Journeyhomefoundation@gmail.comCall 415-456-4444 Renee Marcelle, Bikash Gurung 415-706-9834thank you shot

Thank you for your generous contributions.

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Journey Home Foundation

930 Irwin Street, suite 218 San Rafael, Ca 94901

415-456-4444

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE DESIGN CHANNEL OF WASHINGTON DC  FOR DONATING THEIR TALENT AND TIME IN CREATING THE JOURNEY HOME WEB SITE

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