Dream City Foundation is hosting its third annual Stop Traffic Walk on Saturday, January 29, from 5-8 p.m. The walk is in support of Where Hope Lives, the largest human trafficking rescue and recovery operation in North America.
What: The community is invited to the Stop Traffic Walk, which will raise funds and awareness for the victims of human trafficking with proceeds going toward Where Hope Lives. This nonprofit provides resources to give trafficking survivors a fresh start.
Along with the walk, this event will also feature music, food, and ceremonies to support victims and survivors.
Who: The Stop Traffic Walk is open to any individuals and groups who want to participate. Registration is free, with options for premier registration starting at $99, which includes a t-shirt, wrist glow band, and meal ticket. Attendees can join teams as well as create their own. Those interested in supporting the cause can also donate to the cause.
Where/When: Peoria Sports Complex, 16101 N. 83rd Avenue on Saturday, January 29, from 5-8 p.m.
For more information on the Stop Traffic Walk, visit stoptrafficwalk.org.
To learn more about Where Hope Lives, go to wherehopelives.org.