The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Women’s Philanthropy will hold its annual welcome and board installations this month. The event will serve as an update as Women’s Philanthropy continues to raise awareness to help end sex trafficking in the Tucson community and beyond.
The event will take place Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. at the Tucson Jewish Community Center sculpture garden, with a guided tour starting at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speakers will include Aimee Graves, vice president of resource development for CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness, Inc., who will present an update on Tucson’s resources to help victims of sex trafficking in Arizona, and Beth Jacobs, sex trafficking survivor and founder of Willow Way, who will discuss her years of being a hostage.
Appetizers and dessert will be served. The cost is $25. RSVP to 577-9393, ext. 114, or register online at jfsa.org.