Clarksville Damsel in Defense Workshop
Oct
6
3:00 PM15:00

Clarksville Damsel in Defense Workshop

Join the ESTN Clarksville Group and Damsel in Defense for a women’s self-defense class.

In the two hour class, you have hands-on training with a professional self-defense instructor as well as training on how to use pepper sprays, stun guns, and striking tools. You’ll also learn some great information through a Q&A format on issues of human trafficking and violent crimes against women.

Register for the class here.

Thank you to the Clarksville Community Group for organizing this event!

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Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop: Pie it Forward
Sep
16
to Sep 19

Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop: Pie it Forward

Come to Buttermilk Sky Pie shop, mention End Slavery TN, and they will donate 20% of your purchase to us! This is event runs Mon, Sep 16-Thurs, Sep 19, from 10am-8pm, at both the Franklin and Murfreesboro locations:

5050 Carothers Parkway Suite 104 Franklin, TN 37067

OR

2314 Medical Center Pkwy suite a-3, Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Thank you to the Franklin and Murfreesboro Community Groups for making this event possible!

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Sale for Survivors
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

Sale for Survivors

Get your friends together for some your fall shopping at the Sale for Survivors, a rummage sale hosted by the Franklin Community Group. All proceeds will be donated End Slavery TN.

Thank you to Jo Nowell from the Franklin Group for organizing this event!

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Human Trafficking Panel Discussion
Aug
19
7:00 PM19:00

Human Trafficking Panel Discussion

Learn about the extent of human trafficking in Williamson County and Tennessee, what lawmakers and law enforcement are doing to combat it, the healing process of survivors, and how you can help. This esteemed panel will consist of the following:

Derri Smith, Founder and CEO Emeritus of End Slavery TN

Detective Adrian Breedlove, Brentwood Police Department

Detective Jeff Rowe, Franklin Police Department

Representative Mary Littleton, TN House of Representatives, District 78

Kim Helper, District Attorney General serving Williamson, Hickman, Lewis, and Perry Counties

Register here.

Thanks to the Brentwood Community Group for hosting this event!

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Panera Bread Dine and Donate Night
Aug
9
4:00 PM16:00

Panera Bread Dine and Donate Night

Come support End Slavery Tennessee from 4pm to 8pm at the Franklin Panera Bread for a Dine and Donate Night!

When ordering, please present the flyer (click on the event headline) in order for 20% of sales to be given back to End Slavery TN and our fight against human trafficking.

Thank you to the Franklin Community Group for making this event possible!

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Songwriters Night- The Red Sand Project
Aug
2
7:00 PM19:00

Songwriters Night- The Red Sand Project

Join us for an evening of songs and stories to help raise awareness of modern day slavery. This event is a part of the Red Sand Project, and is free and open to the public. Tips are encouraged, and all proceeds will go directly to End Slavery TN.

Thanks to Stacy Elliott with the Brentwood Community Group and Safara Parrott with Just Love Coffee for making this event possible!

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Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Hendersonville)
Aug
1
5:30 PM17:30

Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Hendersonville)

Bring a friend and come learn about the issue of human trafficking, what we do at End Slavery TN, and how you can get involved! This event is a part of the Red Sand Project, and is free and open to the public.

Thanks to the Hendersonville Community Group for making this event possible!

Learn more about the Red Sand Project at https://redsandproject.org/

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Red Sand Project (Dickson)
Jul
31
1:00 PM13:00

Red Sand Project (Dickson)

The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork that raises awareness about vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation.

During Red Sand week, groups all around the city will gather to pour red sand into cracks in the pavement to represent the survivors who slip through the cracks.

Join the Dickson High Noon Rotary and Dickson Community Group to pour sand and raise awareness of modern-day slavery.

Learn more at https://redsandproject.org/


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Red Sand Project (Nashville)
Jul
31
12:00 PM12:00

Red Sand Project (Nashville)

The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork that raises awareness about vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation.

During Red Sand week, groups all around the city will gather to pour red sand into cracks in the pavement to represent the survivors who slip through the cracks.

Join us in Public Square to pour your own sand and learn more about modern-day slavery.

Learn more at https://redsandproject.org/

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Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Hermitage)
Jul
30
6:00 PM18:00

Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Hermitage)

Bring a friend and come learn about the issue of human trafficking, what we do at End Slavery TN, and how you can get involved! This event is a part of the Red Sand Project, and is free and open to the public.

Thanks to the Hermitage/Donelson Community Group for making this event possible!

Learn more about the Red Sand Project at https://redsandproject.org/

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Red Sand Project (Clarksville)
Jul
30
6:00 PM18:00

Red Sand Project (Clarksville)

The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork that raises awareness about vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation.

During Red Sand week, groups all around the city will gather to pour red sand into cracks in the pavement to represent the survivors who slip through the cracks.

Join the Clarksville Group at the Downtown Commons to pour your own sand and learn more about modern-day slavery. While you’re there, be sure to grab a delicious red Ice Cream from Golly G’s in support of ESTN and the Red Sand Project!

Learn more at https://redsandproject.org/

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Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Franklin)
Jul
29
6:30 PM18:30

Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Franklin)

Bring a friend and come learn about the issue of human trafficking, what we do at End Slavery TN, and how you can get involved! This event is a part of the Red Sand Project, and is free and open to the public.

Thanks to the Franklin Community Group for making this event possible!

Learn more about the Red Sand Project at https://redsandproject.org/

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Red Sand Project (Franklin)
Jul
29
4:00 PM16:00

Red Sand Project (Franklin)

The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork that raises awareness about vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation.

During Red Sand week, groups all around the city will gather to pour red sand into cracks in the pavement to represent the survivors who slip through the cracks.

Join the Franklin Community Group to pour your own sand, hand out flyers, and raise awareness of modern-day slavery.

Learn more at https://redsandproject.org/

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Red Sand Project (Brentwood)
Jul
29
9:00 AM09:00

Red Sand Project (Brentwood)

The Red Sand Project is a participatory artwork that raises awareness about vulnerabilities that can lead to human trafficking and exploitation.

During Red Sand week, groups all around the city will gather to pour red sand into cracks in the pavement to represent the survivors who slip through the cracks.

Join the Brentwood Community Group to pour your own sand, hand out flyers, and raise awareness of modern-day slavery.

Learn more at https://redsandproject.org/

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Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Clarksville)
Jul
27
1:00 PM13:00

Human Trafficking 101 Lecture (Clarksville)

Bring a friend and come learn about the issue of human trafficking, what we do at End Slavery TN, and how you can get involved! This event is a part of the Red Sand Project, and is free and open to the public.

Thanks to the Clarksville Community Group for making this event possible!

Learn more about the Red Sand Project at https://redsandproject.org/

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Human Trafficking 101 Lecture
May
13
5:30 PM17:30

Human Trafficking 101 Lecture

  • 100 West Burton Street Murfreesboro, TN, 37130 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Bring a friend and come learn about the issue of human trafficking, what we do at End Slavery TN, and how you can get involved! This event is free and open to the public.

Thanks to the Murfreesboro Community Group for making this event possible!

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The Big Payback
May
2
to May 3

The Big Payback

The Big Payback annual day of giving is returning May 2 and End Slavery Tennessee is excited to participate again this year!

The Big Payback, hosted by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, is a community-wide day of giving that celebrates Middle Tennessee’s spirit of generosity and supports nonprofits like us. The Big Payback kicks off at midnight on Thursday, May 2. Mark your calendars!

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No Show Ball
Apr
27
3:00 PM15:00

No Show Ball

Join us (but don’t) for the only ball you don’t have to leave home for. We bring dinner and wine right to your door!

This year’s delicious menu consists of:

  • Mixed greens garden salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, cheddar cheese, and croutons from Newks Eatery.

  • Olive Garden garlic breadsticks.

  • Your entree choice for two of either:

    • Seared chicken and pasta, with white wine mushroom cream sauce (GF)

    • Vegetable lasagna, with squash, zucchini, spinach, tomato, and vegan cheese

  • Classic chocolate ganache cake for desert (GF).

  • Your choice of red or white wine.

Support survivors of human trafficking, and enjoy a fine-dining experience, all from the comfort of your home!

Tickets and more information available here.

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Jamba Juice Benefit
Apr
2
4:00 PM16:00

Jamba Juice Benefit

Enjoy some Jamba Juice while benefiting End Slavery TN! On April 2nd from 4pm-7pm, the Franklin and Murfreesboro Jamba Juice locations will be donating 20% of ALL proceeds to End Slavery TN.

Jamba Juice is known for their healthy smoothies & bowls, as well as juice & tasty bites.

Thank you to the Franklin and Murfreesboro Community Groups for making this possible!

The Franklin Jamba Juice is located at 1844 McEwen Dr.

The Murfreesboro Jamba Juice is located at 3053 Medical Center Pkwy.

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