Blind to Trafficking

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Formal Evening

The Meal

Blind to Trafficking is a semi-formal evening where guests dine on fine meals in the company of those who either actively fight human trafficking or are survivors of that world.  Each guest is encouraged to talk and get to know the others at their table without mentioning human trafficking.  Small talk of a light nature is highly encouraged, get to know your neighbor, if they have a spouse or kids, what they do for a living... the kind of conversation you would have with a table partner at a wedding.  


When the food arrives, so do the blindfolds.  The world at large, and most certainly here in the United States, lives in an every day blind view of the world where Human Trafficking doesn't touch them.  Guests will learn what it's like to consume their only meal of the evening in pitch black darkness, just as so many victims of human trafficking do every time they're fed by a handler.



After Dinner

When the dinner plates are cleared away each guest will be provided with a slip of paper and a pen.  Each guest is encouraged to write down the name of the person at their table they believe have been effected by human trafficking, and whether they believe the person is a fighter or a survivor, or in some cases, both.  They are then placed face down on the table and the plated final course of the evening (a fine dessert) is set on top of the paper.  Once all slips of paper are covered, each fighter or survivor at each table will stand and take their place at the previously empty head table.


Each guest speaker will then take a few moments to tell their story.  




What you're paying for

The price per guest will cover the cost of the food and the venue, nothing more.  We encourage our guests to donate to the cause, but are more concerned with education.  Often we are blind to the horrors around us until we come face to face with a personal story.  Get involved.


Please watch our calendar for upcoming Blind to Trafficking dates, coming soon. 


Casual Dining

The Meal

Blind to Trafficking is a semi-formal evening where guests dine on fine meals in the company of those who either actively fight human trafficking or are survivors of that world.  Each guest is encouraged to talk and get to know the others at their table without mentioning human trafficking.  Small talk of a light nature is highly encouraged, get to know your neighbor, if they have a spouse or kids, what they do for a living... the kind of conversation you would have with a table partner at a wedding.  


When the food arrives, so do the blindfolds.  The world at large, and most certainly here in the United States, lives in an every day blind view of the world where Human Trafficking doesn't touch them.  Guests will learn what it's like to consume their only meal of the evening in pitch black darkness, just as so many victims of human trafficking do every time they're fed by a handler.


After Dinner

When the dinner plates are cleared away each guest will be provided with a slip of paper and a pen.  Each guest is encouraged to write down the name of the person at their table they believe have been effected by human trafficking, and whether they believe the person is a fighter or a survivor, or in some cases, both.  They are then placed face down on the table and the plated final course of the evening (a fine dessert) is set on top of the paper.  Once all slips of paper are covered, each fighter or survivor at each table will stand and take their place at the previously empty head table.


Each guest speaker will then take a few moments to tell their story.  




What you're paying for

The price per guest will cover the cost of the food and the venue, nothing more.  We encourage our guests to donate to the cause, but are more concerned with education.  Often we are blind to the horrors around us until we come face to face with a personal story.  Get involved.


Please watch our calendar for upcoming Blind to Trafficking dates, coming soon. 


Blind to Trafficking


Alcohol not included in pricing. please be sure to inform us of any food allergies at the time of ticket purchase. Dates and venues are subject to change based on ticket sales.

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