October 18, 2017
The Capital Hilton 
1001 16th Street NW, Washington D.C. 
6:30PM - 9:30PM 
Business Attire

This Fall, we will celebrate HT Pro Bono's fifth anniversary! Please join us on October 18th to mark this occasion. We aim to raise $100,000 to ensure that 100 trafficking survivors can seek justice in 2018. View full sponsorship benefits here

Women survivors of sex trafficking, labor trafficking, and domestic servitude make up 90% percent of HT Pro Bono’s client population. These brave survivors are fighting for justice and holding their traffickers accountable.

HT Pro Bono has trained more than 3,000 pro bono lawyers around the world. We have placed 220+ cases with our wonderful pro bono law firm partners. Your support will enable our in-house attorneys to provide step-by-step, trauma-informed technical assistance to pro bono lawyers. A trafficking survivor, referred to counsel by HT Pro Bono, recently won her civil case. Thrilled, she told us:

“I have my peace, justice, freedom. Now I can raise my voice even higher than before with no fear. I’m glad I didn’t give up and kept pushing. I didn’t lose hope.”

With each victory, HT Pro Bono and our pro bono partners deter human traffickers. When survivors have lawyers, survivors have rights. 

Special thanks to our Host Committee:

Anita Botti 

E. Benjamin Skinner

Harold Ickes

Ian Carter

Janice Enright

Kathleen Peratis

Les Lepow

Lorelie Masters

Minky Worden

Richard Rome

Susan Petersen Kennedy

Theresa Loar

Wendy Nguyen


Checks may be mailed to:

The Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center
1030 15th Street, NW #104B
Washington, DC 20005
Donations made to The Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. The Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center is a 501(c) (3) organization. Federal Tax ID: 46-1349584
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