Life for the Innocent to Host Gala Benefiting Child Survivors of Trafficking
Life for the Innocent (LFTI), an organization providing support to children recovered from human trafficking in South Asia, is hosting the third annual Lantern Gala on Friday, April 12, at the Hilton Fort Collins. This is one of Northern Colorado’s largest events benefiting child survivors of trafficking, with over 400 guests expected to attend.
The evening’s festivities will celebrate LFTI supporters and raise vital funds to provide medical care, housing, education, counseling, and adoption for rescued children in South Asia. Guests will hear from staff members about recently visiting LFTI’s program overseas and see footage of the transformations made possible by supporters. The Lantern Gala also serves as an opportunity to connect with others who are passionate about fighting modern-day slavery.
In addition to a reception, dinner and program, the evening will feature an exciting live auction led by former Denver Bronco Reggie Rivers. Reggie is also an author and inspirational speaker committed to helping Colorado nonprofits raise millions of dollars as a charity auctioneer. This is Reggie’s first appearance for LFTI.
Life for the Innocent’s 3rd Annual Lantern Gala is open to the public. Earlybird individual tickets are $65 and table sponsorships start at $500. Sponsorships and tickets may be purchased at lifefortheinnocent.org/gala.
About Life for the Innocent: Life for the Innocent is faith-based registered non-profit headquartered in Fort Collins, Colorado. In collaboration with church partners in South Asia, LFTI takes in children rescued from trafficking, provides time and space for healing, and places each child with vetted adoptive parents. Since inception, over 10,000 children have received care and been placed with families.
For more information about Life for the Innocent, please visit lifefortheinnocent.org.