Join us for one of our most inspiring events of the year, the Teen Hope Awards, where we will celebrate and honor the Teen Ambassador's accomplishments.
Together, the teens raised over $32,500, which is an all time record for the Teen Ambassador program. These funds go directly to helping survivors across Texas find safety and freedom from their abuser.
This year our Teen Hope Awards has gone virtual! Our program goes live at 11:30 AM and features words of congratulations for all Teen Ambassadors of Hope from…
Jerry Harris from Cheer
Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott
The Undertaker & Michelle McCool
Keynote speakers Abbie Hillis & Meghan Romere − Co-Founders of 12th Woman (www.twelfthwoman.org) − will make a special address about why it’s important for Teen Ambassadors to continue their work and how they can include advocacy into any future career.
Please RSVP with the number of guests who will be watching on your side of the screen! This virtual event is free to the public but will have a suggested $25 donation for entry unless the attendee has previously supported a teen's campaign. We hope you can join us in congratulating our 2020 Teen Ambassadors of Hope. Thank you for your support.
Click the button below to download the 2020 Teen Hope Awards Program. (Formatted to print front and back and fold down the middle like a real program!)
ABOUT THE TEEN AMBASSADORS OF HOPE:
Teen Ambassadors of Hope receive training on healthy relationships, teen dating violence, online safety, and leadership skills. Together they make an impact in their communities by promoting safe and healthy relationships while also raising funds to support the free legal services provided by TAP to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. www.TexasAdvocacyProject.org/TAOH
ABOUT TEXAS ADVOCACY PROJECT:
Established in 1982, our mission is to prevent domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking throughout Texas through FREE legal services, access to the justice system, and education. We serve the entire state of Texas and in 2019, The Project provided legal services in 4,738 cases, helping 10,569 Texans. www.TexasAdvocacyProject.org