HomeAID: Virtual Ribbon Cutting for SAFE
Currently, there are about 79,000 minor and youth victims of sex trafficking in Texas. SAFE CARES is a program of The SAFE Alliance that advocates for support of survivors of exploitation in Central Texas, creating opportunities to be, and feel, safe and connected. CARES addresses the economic and social costs of trafficking with survivor-centered and preventative solutions.
Recently, Seton provided SAFE CARES with the Elizabeth Ann Seton House. HomeAid, a leading national provider of housing and resources for the homeless, then partnered with Taylor Morrison, a leading national builder and developer, to renovate the house to create an emergency drop-in center in Austin for survivors of exploitation and trafficking.
SAFE will host a virtual ribbon cutting reception on Wednesday, March 6th from 4-5:30 p.m. at their offices at 4800 Manor Road. This event is open to the media and will recognize the collaboration of various organizations and companies who worked together to open the Seton House’s doors.
Join us for the celebration:
Wednesday, March 6, 4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
SAFE’s HQ Campus, 4800 Manor Road, Building K, Austin
In addition to snacks and drinks, we will offer a virtual tour of the Elizabeth Ann Seton House, brief remarks, and effusive thanks to our partners. Please RSVP to Piper Stege Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.