6th Annual - Night of Hope 6 Tickets are available

6th Annual Night of Hope 6

Not In Our City Exists to Educate and Equip People in Arizona to Take a Unified Stand Against Human Trafficking in Their Communities

We are working to unite local government, law enforcement, front-line organizations, faith communities and schools in the fight against Human Trafficking.

How You Can Help

Volunteer for Night of Hope

As a volunteer, your ticket cost is covered. Your ticket can be retrieved at the GCU Arena Will Call window along with your t-shirt and badge.

However, we would like to as you to log onto www.NotInOurCity.org and Pay It Forward by purchasing a ticket for someone else to attend this important human trafficking awareness event. A coordinator will be in touch concerning your volunteer position closer to the event date to provide you with the time you must report to GCU Arena. Thank you!
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Volunteer

Help front-line organizations raise awareness and provide services to support victims recovered from Human Trafficking.
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Contact Your State Legislator

Encourage legislators to make the fight against Human Trafficking a priority.
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Give Now

Your financial contribution provides resources to educate and equip communities to fight against Human Trafficking.

Take the Pledge

Everyone can do something to fight against Human Trafficking. Declare your commitment to join in the fight. Let's work together to stop Human Trafficking in our cities.

Partner

If you'd like to become a Brand Partner with NIOC, please use the link below to contact us.

Pray

Commit to praying regularly for the release of victims trapped in Human Trafficking.

Create A Fundraiser

You can raise financial support for non-profit programs and initiatives aimed at preventing Human Trafficking, especially among vulnerable populations like migrants, runaways, and at-risk youth. Your fundraisers help provide support for survivors through organizations that offer resources such as counseling, legal aid, housing, and job training.

Our Proven Approach

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Your Giving Matters

When you give, every dollar matters.

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Be the change

Together, we can end human trafficking. Donate today.

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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.

Get Your Tickets Now!

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

...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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