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Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet

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Bring Back Our Girls

“Bring Back Our Girls!”

Moscow Ballet producer Dan Talmi and company dancers pose with Embassy of Hope CEO Elizabeth Crooks and friends at the December 30, 2013 joint fund-raiser combating human trafficking

 
 
The atrocities of human trafficking around the world are disturbing but there are organizations that have been steadfastly working against this grave situation. For the second year, Moscow Ballet is proud to partner with Embassy of Hope Center in combating human trafficking and offers 3 options to take action to positively impact this cause and change lives. You can help…
 

 

1) $5 from every Great Russian Nutcracker ticket goes to Embassy of Hope

Purchase a ticket to the Great Russian Nutcracker using the code GIVE (in  tour cities where the code is active) and $5 from each ticket goes to help stop human trafficking, as well as give a discount on the ticket price. This offer is valid until Monday, September 1, 2014.  Buy a ticket with code GIVE

2) $50 = even more support! Get 10 friends and order Group Tickets 

Arrange group seating through the Moscow Ballet tour office and $5 from each ticket goes to Embassy of Hope. That’s $50 to the BBOG cause and the joy of a Great Russian Nutcracker performance with friends. E-mail JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or call 800-320-1733, and ask for Andy or Tim.

3) Purchase a Gift in the Moscow Ballet Store 

For every purchase of an item from the Moscow Ballet Gift Store, $5 goes to Embassy of Hope Center to use in the fight against human trafficking. Click here to browse the store. **Offer valid until September 1, 2014 and only valid for items priced $15 or more and not valid for Capezio items.**
 
Embassy of Hope Center is a faith based nonprofit organization which raises awareness of human trafficking and provides support services for survivors and those in need. The group partners with Moscow Ballet to raise funds in the fight against child sex and human-trafficking by attending Great Russian Nutcracker performances and events associated with the performances. 
 
"A significant proportion of the proceeds benefit Embassy of Hope programs,” says Elizabeth Crooks, Executive Director, “The number of victims exploited by traffickers grows daily and they are hidden in plain sight—in schools, churches, foster care, festivals, sporting events, mental health agencies, Child Protective Services, Probation, & Juvenile Court Systems. Help save a real life of a child by joining the Moscow Ballet-EOHC partnership!”
 
First Lady Michelle Obama supports #BBOG Alicia Keyes supports #BBOG Malala supports #BBOG David Cameron and Christiane Amanpour with #BringBackOurGirls
 
The mission of Embassy of Hope Center (eohc) as a 501(c)3, faith-based, non-profit organization, is to raise awareness about the issue of human trafficking and provide specialized support services to local children and adults who are survivors of commercial sexual exploitation abuse, as they seek to rebuild their lives.
Services are individual, holistic, and trauma informed care based, including, but not limited to, pastoral and professional counseling, recovery, intervention, mentoring, education, life skills, prevention outreach, and family/court advocacy, wrap around, and independent case management. All staff and volunteers are trained in trauma informed care. 
 
Embassy of Hope is a faith-based, 501(c)3, non-profit organization.

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