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4th Annual TX WES Food Pantry Drive

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When:
Nov 06, 2019 12:00 AM - Nov 19, 2019 12:00 AM
Where:
Other
Where:
Food Pantry

It is that time of year again when you are asked to consider others. For the fourth year in a row, with the run up to Thanksgiving, the Food Pantry is organizing a Food Drive. Half of the items donated will help fill the Food Pantry and the other half will be donated to the Church who then distribute those items to our neighbors in need.

You can find boxes in most buildings around campus where you can drop off any unopened food items, or hygiene products. A $50 award has been offered to the Student Organization that collects the most items. To participate those items must be dropped off directly at the Food Pantry to be logged against the particular organization, or with Dr. Simons in PMC 218.

We are requesting such items as canned goods, dry food goods, boxed meals, and snacks, and hygiene items. The closing date for donations is November 19th. This will give us time to count the items and distribute to the Food Pantry and Church in time for Thanksgiving.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Simons at asimons@txwes.edu, or (817) 531-4908.

 

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4th Annual Stalking and Human Trafficking Awareness Event

When:
Feb 13, 2018 4:30 PM - Feb 13, 2018 7:00 PM
Where:
Science Lecture Theatre

We are honored to have distinguished speakers for this event including:  

  1. Dr. Vanessa Bouché - Assistant Professor of Political Science at Texas Christian University, and has been a principal investigator on several federally-funded human trafficking projects from the Department of Justice and the United States Agency for International Development
  2. Brian Simmons - Director of Clinical Care at New Solutions Counseling Center, former police officer and professional counselor specializing in trauma and crisis counseling
  3. Rebekah Charleston - Executive Director at Valiant Hearts, an organization which works to rescue women and children from sex trafficking both locally and internationally, a Wesleyan alumnus, Sumners Scholar, and past recipient of the Criminal Justice Achievement Award

This timely event occurs during the annual Human Trafficking awareness month and falls in line with Governor Abbott ‘s proclamation. Texas is among the nation’s leaders in taking steps to fight and reduce human trafficking.

Human Trafficking Awareness Event is presented by the Social Justice Club, Sociology, Criminal Justice and Student Affairs.

 

 
 
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