Frisco, TX, April 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Texas based nonprofit Promise of Hope continues their efforts to aid the sufferers of human trafficking. They are hosting the Freedom Run Frisco 2012, a 5k racing event to be held on the 14th of April. The entry fee collected from the participants of the event will directly assist the victims of human trafficking. Promise of Hope is asking everyone to join hands with them and participate in the Freedom Run Frisco 2012. The money collected from this event will be presented to the A21 Campaign, another nonprofit that collects funds and creates awareness to fight human trafficking. To join the Freedom Race Frisco, please visit http://thepoh.org/freedom-run-benefiting-victims-human-trafficking-north-texas/.
A number of well known corporate businesses have come forward to assist Promise of Hope in organizing this event as sponsors. Texas based roofing solution providers Elevated Roofing (http://www.elevatedroofing.com/) and women empowerment training organization Leadership Gold 4 Women (http://www.leadershipgold4women.com/) are two of the major sponsors for the event. Apart from the 5k run, the event will also feature a 1 mile race for the participants. Everyone can register for the event online, via email, or by sending their completed registration forms to the registered office of Promise of Hope. The first 400 participants to register for the event will receive a T-Shirt commemorating the event.
Human trafficking is a bane of modern day society that has now reached an alarming proportion. The victims of human trafficking are forced into different forms of modern day slavery that may include working in factories, homes, farms, and even the sex trade. Promise of Hope has been a crusader to abolish this organized crime by providing legal, educational, and social support to the survivors of human trafficking. Talking about the Freedom Run Frisco 2012, the co founder and President of Freedom of Hope Audra Floyd says, "We are proud to be a part of this great cause. Our goal is to restore broken lives to wholeness, equip them to rejoin society and empower the community through knowledge."