We certainly have enjoyed taking part in the James River Rotary Club's Human Trafficking Symposium and being a guest speaker at their business meeting. We especially loved seeing our friends from the FBI, Commonwealth Attorney's Office, and a Henrico Vice Unit. Our partners and friends help make Latisha's House a success.
Pictured above: James River Rotary Club President with Elizabeth Ameling, Founder of Latisha's House Foundation and Lauren Newell, staff/volunteer.
We thank our community partners like Curry Dental Center, PLC who change one life at a time. You are our everyday heroes helping with transport, medical, food costs and daily needs.
Featuring the Hullabaloos, a British fusion 60s, 70s and 80s pop and rock band, attendees danced the evening away all in support of Latisha's House Foundation. We thank Holy Smokes BBQ for the fabulous feast.
A Rebel for a Cause....it will make you so glad to be part of this story. A resident's interview with Elizabeth Ameling, Founder of Latisha's House Foundation.
Many thanks to the local PEO chapter for the donated items for our ladies!!! Pictured: Elizabeth Ameling, Founder of Latisha's House Foundation with PEO President Terri Collins. We enjoyed speaking to the local PEO Chapter about sex trafficking and the services we provide at Latisha's House Foundation!
Team Latisha's House Foundation at the MCM10k 2016, Marine Corps marathon weekend in Washington, DC. Thank you to all of our supporters! It was a success!
Many thanks to Troop 1066 for the 183 donated boxes of cookies! You all are amazing!
We love our local Girl Scout troup. They have been a part of the Latisha's House story since our opening. No matter how young or old, we all play a role in helping survivors of human trafficking.