About Breaking Free
Breaking Free's mission is to educate and provide services to women/girls who have been victims of abuse and commercial sexual exploitation and need assistance escaping violence in their lives.
We serve over 500 women and girls escaping sex trafficking every year, providing personal advocacy, life/job skills, housing, legal advocacy and services, outreach and efforts to prevent sex trafficking and exploitation before it starts. For more info, go to our web site at www.breakingfree.net.
Registration is now closed for A Night in "the Life." We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday!
Parking is limited at the Woman's Club of Minneapolis. If you are coming in a group, we recommend you carpool if possible.Main Parking:
The Woman's Club has two parking lots on Oak Grove Street. One is adjacent to the Club and the other is east and across the street.Overflow parking:Episcopal Diocese Lot at 1730 Clifton Avenue.St. Mark's Episcopal Church Lot: 519 Oak Grove Street.
6:00-7:00 p.m. Reception for VIP Ticket Holders
6:00-7:00 p.m. Cash Bar, Book Sales, and Breaking Free Boutique
7:00-8:30 pm. Documentary Screening and Book Release
VIP Ticket: $150 (includes one admission to documentary, a copy of the Breaking Free From the Life book, admission to a special reception featuring complimentary appetizers and wine, a meet-and-greet and book signing with survivors appearing in the film and book)
General Ticket: $20 (includes one admission to documentary and admission to reception with cash bar, book sales and the Breaking Free Boutique)
Student Ticket: $10 (includes one admission to documentary and admission to reception with cash bar, book sales and the Breaking Free Boutique; must bring validated student ID): $10
Advance registration is required.
Deadline to purchase tickets is Monday, May 19th at Noon.
Thanks to the St. Paul Police Department Gerald D. Vick Human Trafficking Task Force for their support of this event.