NOAH'S Event Venue(R) Donates Venue for Bucket List Family Event
NOAH'S Event Venue® donated venue in Lindon for The Bucket List Family's meet-up event with Effect.org to premiere the new documentary 'Stolen Innocence'
LINDON, Utah, November 29, 2017 (Newswire.com) - NOAH’S Event Venue® (https://www.noahseventvenue.com/) donated the NOAH’S Event Venue in Lindon, located at 1976 W 700 N, Lindon, UT, for The Bucket List Family's meet-up event with Effect.org to premiere the new documentary "Stolen Innocence" on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, at 6 p.m.
“We worked with Effect.org last year when we visit Nepal,” said Jessica Gee, mother of The Bucket List Family. “We learned all about the horrors and realities of human trafficking. We are excited to see the 'Stolen Innocence' movie and again reflect on what we learned and how we can help. We have a bunch of really generous local companies who have contributed to make this evening very special.”
We learned all about the horrors and realities of human trafficking. We have a bunch of really generous local companies who have contributed to make this evening very special.
Jessica Gee, Mother of The Bucket List Family
Event Link available here: https://stoleninnocence.splashthat.com/
"We are so honored to be working with The Bucket List Family to screen our documentary Stolen Innocence for the first time in the US," said Casey Allred, Founder and CEO of Effect.org. "We’ve spent the last three years making this film about the issues of human trafficking. We hope to inspire viewers to take action and help give these girls a voice."
The Bucket List Family went on a trip to Nepal last year to raise money to build a school. They were able to complete the school in record time. The family are believers in Effect.org and want to continue to remove barriers to education. Sex trafficking is one of those barriers.
All proceeds made from the event will go directly to Effect.org, a nonprofit that operates affordable private schools, leads global expeditions and creates solutions for children in the developing world. The new "Stolen Innocence" documentary is about the untold story of millions of girls who disappear from their homes and are forced into a life of sex slavery.
The event will consist of the screening of the new documentary, a Q&A with the filmmakers and a meet-and-greet with The Bucket List Family. Tickets are still available and will be sold at the door.
The building donated contains event space for events with a 250-person maximum occupancy. The facility is about 8,200-square-feet which includes a main hall with a dance floor, adjustable stage, outdoor patios, a lobby, coffee bar, brides room and conference areas.
NOAH’S Event Venue Resources:
The Bucket List Family Resources:
- Website: http://www.thebucketlistfamily.com/
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebucketlistfamily/
About NOAH’S Event Venue:
Noah’s Event Venue is a national event venue that hosts world-class events. Founded in 2003, NOAH’S Event Venue has 40 locations throughout the United States and has hosted nearly 11,000 events nationwide.
About The Bucket List Family:
The Bucket List Family decided as a young family that now was the time to form healthy habits and create traditions that will shape them into better people for the rest of their lives. They feel they still have so much to learn about life and happiness before they can set up their future life and home.
Effect.org is an international nonprofit that operates low-cost private schools and leads global expeditions that create opportunities for vulnerable children and their communities.
For more information contact:
Public Relations Coordinator, Reputation Manager
Telephone: (801) 560-3599
Source: NOAH'S Event Venue, Effect.org, The Bucket List Family