GRACE will be featured in beautysouthafrica.com with a competition to be hosted on their Win Page for 2 weeks, so exciting, actual feature date to be announced!!
GRACE website will also post the winners of the competition once they have been announced with deep links from the article back to GRACE website where people can purchase GRACE perfume.
GRACE website will advise details of the monetary value raised from the sales for the duration of the competition and feature for RED LIGHT and how the money will be used towards the “giving back” of trafficked victims.
Please check Facebook and twitter for any updates.
Join Red Light’s Annual Golf Day and put an end to the modern day slavery epidemic that is Human Trafficking!
Venue: Beachwood Golf Course
: 5th October 2012
1st Tee Off: 7.15am
How can you get involved?
Play in or Sponsor a 4 Ball – R2 000 There will be 20 x 4 balls altogether.
Hole Sponsorship R1 500
This is an allocated hole, of which there will be 6 in total. You are able to provide banners, food, drinks and interact with the golfers. Set up and set down times will be advised. Free ice will be provided on request. A free table and 2 chairs will be provided on request.
Naming Rights – R20 000 6 Holes provided for branding.
Branding at registration and the putting green.
Branding at the halfway house and venue where lunch will be served.
Branding on golf carts and a golf cart provided for transportation.
Marketing Newsletter and soul action.
Northglen News, Umhlanga Magazine, Highway Mail, the Independent write ups.
Advertising on Facebook, Twitter and our web page.
Prizes to be provided (branded items such as caps, golfers and umbrellas) by sponsor.
The other options are…
Sponsoring of 4 each of the same prize (for the 4 balls).
Sponsoring a donation.
Sponsoring of prizes for an auction.
Book with me Joanne: firstname.lastname@example.org / 083 357 8463
The name “INKULULEKO” comes from the Isizulu word meaning “freedom”. INKULULEKO is an empowerment project developed by Red Light anti-human trafficking initiative to facilitate the skills development of victims of human trafficking, and other violent, sexual and domestic crimes.
INKULULEKO is therefore an empowerment project to develop sustainable skills to not only facilitate healing of victims through creativity, but to equip these victims with knowledge and skills to live free of their pasts and aspire to be the women they were created to be.
INKULULEKO will conduct sewing/craft projects with women identified by safe houses who are thought to be at a suitable stage in their rehabilitation programme to participate in the project. The sewn and crafted items will be sold in markets/online to sustain the project and contribute to the safe houses participating in the project. As the project progresses and funds/resources are made available, more women will be introduced into the Inkululeko project.
NKULULEKO will also be providing beauty, clothing and craft packages to each new women rescued into the safe house which will be dependent on donations and funds received from donors.
Red Light is an established Section 21 company which is recognised as a lead role player in the field of Human Trafficking and the sex worker industry. The Red Light project came into being in 2008 having joined the newly established provincial (HPPB) Human Trafficking, Prostitution, pornographic and Brothel task team of KZN. The task team have accepted the international focus on
1. Learner Lights: Red Light’s main focus to date has been the Prevention, focussing on training and awareness in corporate, schools in both rural and urban areas as well as in churches. Red Light has reached over 30 000 men, woman and children, establishing us as one of the most recognised training facilities within the EThekwini district and further afield on Human Trafficking prevention and awareness.
1. Care Lights: In order to assist and ensure the personal well-being of abused women, sex workers and victims of Human Trafficking, Red Light has been a main provider of personal packs to victims which have been distributed into recognised and registered shelters as well as the Witness Protection Programme. Packs include clothing, basic toiletries, entertainment items and various other carefully considered items for holistic rehabilitation.
2. Night Lights: Red Light’s Night Lights initiative reaches sex workers and trafficked woman and minors on the streets in the Point Precinct during the night and more recently during the day in the Stamford Hill area. This impacts on the lives of women already involved in the sex industry as well as prospective victims who are vulnerable and at risk of entering the sex trade under false pretences.
The Night Lights initiative works directly with drug dealers, addicts, pimps, vulnerable children at risk as well as victims of Human Trafficking. Red Light does not work on their own and have strong partnerships with recognised NGO’s and registered shelters for intervention. The Open Door Crisis Care Centre is the preferred referral of choice due to their holistic counselling, social services, shelter accommodation and on-going support.
3. Prayer Lights: The spiritual aspect of working with victims of Human Trafficking is of significant importance to Red Light. Regular prayer meetings are held in support of our work at various churches and prayer is particularly aimed at praying for freedom for victims nationally and internationally.
4. Marketing Lights: This initiative is an awareness programme through various mediums such as marketing campaigns, awareness events, the Red Light website www.redlight.org.za and social media tools such as our bi-monthly newsletter, Facebook and Twitter followers.
Red Light is a forerunner in awareness, providing and strives to be, one of the lead resources and information centres in South Africa.