Organization combatting sex trafficking in Chattanooga to host benefit on February 23
CHATTANOOGA, TN. – February 20, 2017 – 7th Well, an organization based out of Chattanooga that helps in the fight against sex trafficking, will be hosting its first benefit dinner at The Venue Chattanooga on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m.
The money raised from the benefit will go directly toward building the restoration home in which the girls can be educated, counseled, and rehabilitated. Each individual, company, or church sponsor who purchases a table will have a memorial brick placed in the walkway at the home.
“This home is not only a safe place for these girls to seek refuge, but this home means that restoration is happening in their souls,” said Tess Brandon, co-founder and CEO of 7th Well. “I can only imagine the feeling of humility and excitement that will come with allowing our girls to walk through the doors of their new home, but until then we will keep working tirelessly to open them.”
You can purchase tickets at 7thwell.com/events/. Tables are $1000 (8 per table). Individual tickets for regular tables are $50. VIP tables are $1500 (8 per table), and include an extra takeaway gift and special seating. Individual tickets for VIP seating are $75. At the benefit, there will also be a chance to individually purchase memorial bricks for the front path of the restoration home. Each brick will be $200 a piece. Tickets, tables, and brick are tax-deductible through The Generosity Trust.
The benefit dinner will include a delicious three-course meal and hearing the story behind 7th Well. The founders of 7th Well will share goals the organization has and plans to accomplish, and how they plan to build a future for young women survivors of sex trafficking in Tennessee.
Zach and Tess Brandon, the founders of 7th Well, will be hosting the first 7th Well benefit to raise funds for a home that will be used to rehabilitate young women after coming out of the sex trafficking industry. This home will be the first, and only, home in Tennessee for child survivors of sex trafficking.
For more information, contact Tess Brandon, co-founder and CEO of 7th Well, at firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive more updates about 7th Well, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
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About 7th Well
7th Well is an organization that aids and restores young women survivors of sex trafficking in the Chattanooga area. The organization was started by Tess and Zach Brandon in August 2015. 7th Well began out of a partnership with The Generosity Trust, an organization in downtown Chattanooga, TN. The goal of 7th Well is to inform, engage, restore, and educate these women through a project they call the restoration home. For more information, please visit 7th Well’s official website at http://www.7thwell.com. Connect with us @7thWell on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.