FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
REFUGE FOR WOMEN LAS VEGAS ANNOUNCES AMBASSADOR INITIATIVE
Organization Supporting Survivors of Human Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation Seeks Community Support
LAS VEGAS (April 2022) – Refuge for Women Las Vegas (RFW), the organization dedicated to empowering sexually exploited women to live a life of freedom through faith-based residential programs encompassing mental-health counseling, job training, life-skills coaching and other critical services, announces its new Ambassador Initiative. Designed to increase awareness within the Southern Nevada community of RFW’s mission and services, the Ambassador Initiative will also raise funds to support existing programs as well as the expansion of services to reach more women.
RFW Ambassadors will commit to the following:
To keep them apprised of the impact of their contributions, RFW Ambassadors will receive ongoing communication from the RFW executive team about the distribution of financial resources, goals and results in the form of monthly updates via email, conference call or webinar. All Ambassadors will also receive collateral materials to support each of RFW’s initiatives.
“We seek a select group of thoughtful leaders to join us in the Ambassador role and commit to championing the cause of restoring women’s lives and raising funds to support our mission,” said Robin Smith, executive director, Refuge for Women Las Vegas. “Our partnership with these key individuals will truly change the lives of women to ensure their safety and security.”
To learn more about RFW’s Ambassador Initiative, please contact Robin Smith, executive director, at email@example.com or call (702) 423-3524.
ABOUT REFUGE FOR WOMEN
Refuge for Women is the nation’s largest non-profit, faith-based organization providing a continuum of care for women, age 18 and older, who have escaped human trafficking or sexual exploitation. Since establishing a chapter in Southern Nevada in 2015, the 501(c)3 organization has helped sexually exploited women across Southern Nevada live a life of freedom though faith-based, residential healing programs. In Las Vegas, the organization currently provides free, long-term housing for residents, including onsite support from the Refuge for Women staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Residents are provided with counselors, casework managers and experience opportunities for financial savings, job support and time to practice healthy rhythms of life with safe people in a healthy community. A transitional housing program is also available for graduates of the long-term program. For more information go to www.refugeforwomen.org/lasvegas or visit its Instagramand Facebook pages.
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