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6th Annual Night of Hope 6

Sunday, February 18 | 5PM | GCU Arena

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Join the fight

Not In Our City is a Community-Centered Coalition United Against Human Trafficking in Arizona

Local Government

Not In Our City partners with local government officials to inform communities, increase funding, and develop more effective strategies to eliminate Human Trafficking in the state of Arizona and beyond.

The Night of Hope
Benefit Concert

Help us unite front-line organizations at the Annual Night of Hope concert. Raise awareness and vital funding for resources to rescue and restore victims recovered in Arizona.
Join us for Night of Hope 6!

Law Enforcement

Not in Our City supports local and federal law enforcement, and non-government agencies. Our volunteers work side by side with these vital organizations to locate victims, and bring criminals to justice.

Education and Empowerment

NIOC engages with schools and faith-based organizations to equip communities with practical tools to protect the vulnerable and prevent the spread of Human Trafficking.

Join the fight

Not In Our City is a Community-Centered Coalition United Against Human Trafficking in Arizona

Local Government
Not In Our City partners with local government officials to inform communities, increase funding, and develop more effective strategies to eliminate Human Trafficking in the state of Arizona and beyond.
Education and Empowerment

NIOC engages with schools and faith-based organizations to equip communities with practical tools to protect the vulnerable and prevent the spread of Human Trafficking.

Law Enforcement
Not in Our City supports local and federal law enforcement, and non-government agencies. Our volunteers work side by side with these vital organizations to locate victims, and bring criminals to justice.
Night of Hope
Help us unite front-line organizations at the Annual Night of Hope concert. Raise awareness and vital funding for resources to rescue and restore victims recovered in Arizona.
Join us for Night of Hope 6!
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Unite Faith Communities

Not In Our City seeks to unite faith based communities across the state to stand against the evil of Human Trafficking. 

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Today,

50 million adults, teens and

children are living in slavery.

Help survivors like "Amy."

“Amy” knew her parents would never approve of an older boyfriend, but he said he loved her.

Human Trafficking is Happening Now in Arizona Schools

The average age of victims lured into sex trafficking is 11-14 years old. Statistics indicate most victims will die by the age of 25.

Know How to Report Suspicious Activity

If you suspect Human Trafficking, don't try to prove it. Report it.

Call local law enforcement, OR

The National Human Trafficking Hotline: 888-3737-888 OR

The Arizona Human Trafficking Tip Line: 877-4AZ-TIPS.

Help us raise awareness and get these Help Lines displayed in public places like airports, freeway billboards, and in public restrooms where victims may see them, and get help.

Get Involved

Help Raise Awareness and Provide Support for Front-Line Organizations

Your Support Matters

Your donations help raise awareness, protect the vulnerable, and equip communities to take a unified stand against Human Trafficking in Arizona and beyond.

HELP PROTECT ARIZONA’S CHILDREN THROUGH EDUCATION

Human Trafficking is Happening Now in Arizona Schools

Help Us Reach Teachers

Arizona teachers are on the front lines and may be the first ray of hope for a child trapped in trafficking. NOIC assemblies help create safe and supportive school communities by raising awareness and providing schools with practical tools to keep kids safe. Help us reach more communities, and continue to protect Arizona children.

STEP ONE

What does it mean to Take The Pledge?

By taking the pledge, you’re declaring your commitment to join the fight against Human Trafficking in Arizona and beyond.

  1. Complete this form to let us know you’ve taken the pledge.
  2. Tell your friends and family.
  3. Join us at Night of Hope 6.
  4. Contribute financially towards the fight against Human Trafficking locally.

Take a Stand.
Take the Pledge.

I support those who fight against Human Trafficking and protect the vulnerable. I commit to be more informed, and I will help raise awareness in my community. Please join me in the effort to prevent Human Trafficking, and recover and restore victims by educating others, volunteering, or donating.

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Night of Hope 6 
Grand Canyon University Arena
Sunday, February 18, 2024
5:00 PM

So, she ran away with him.

Isolated from family and friends the relationship became abusive. Amy was raped and became pregnant. She turned to drugs to cope with her pain. At age 18, her boyfriend turned “business manager” gave her an ultimatum: sell her body, or he would sell the baby.

"Javier"

moved in with his grandmother after his mother died. Struggling to adjust to a new junior high school, he spent most of his time in chat rooms. After several lonely months, he got a direct message from an “online friend” inviting him to a party.

Javier went to the party, and without question, accepted the drink he was handed. Sometime later, he woke, disorientated and surrounded by unknown men. One man held Javier’s phone in one hand, and a gun in the other. 

Pointing his gun at the phone, the man showed Javier a picture of his grandmother. He threatened to kill her if Javier didn’t do what he was told. 

...He said he loved her. So, she ran away with him.

Once isolated from family and friends, the relationship became abusive. Amy was raped and became pregnant. When she turned 18, her boyfriend turned “business manager” gave her an ultimatum: sell her body or he would sell the baby.

"Javier"

moved in with his grandmother after his mother died. Struggling to adjust to a new high school, he spent most of his time in chat rooms. After several lonely months, he got a direct message from an online friend inviting him to a party. Javier went to the party, and without question, accepted the drink he was handed. Sometime later, he woke, disorientated and surrounded by unknown men. One of the men held Javier’s phone and a gun. He pulled up a picture of Javier’s grandmother, and waved the gun at the photo, saying if Javier didn’t do what he was told, they would kill her.
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