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Which Local Football Team Prioritized manKINDness Over Football?
 

New Friends New Life is excited to roll out youth education and prevention efforts throughout North Texas. See below for a roundup of recent initiatives and details on how you can help make a difference in the lives of those affected by sexual exploitation and trafficking on North Texas Giving Day. 

Fall Event

ManKINDness Launch: Helping Develop Young Men of Character

Earlier this month, while other teams were busy reviewing game tapes, the Parish Episcopal School football team became the first program to participate in the New Friends New Life manKINDness curriculum led by our Men’s Advocacy Group. This curriculum focuses on the importance of respecting young women and strategies to act against and eradicate the harm caused by sexual exploitation and trafficking. Jeoff Williams, Captain of the Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigations Division and Men’s Advocacy Group Board Member, also shared with the team a candid presentation on human sex trafficking in the city of Dallas. 
 
Thank you to Coach Scott Nady and Parish Episcopal School for placing such a high priority on developing young men of character beyond the sport of football! If your school or organization is interested in learning more about the manKINDness curriculum, please contact Bill Morse at MAG@newfriendsnewlife.org.

New Friends New Life Teaches Exploitation Prevention to Foster and Homeless Youth

New Friends New Life is committed to preventing the sexual exploitation and trafficking of high-risk youth in foster care, homeless shelters, and juvenile detention centers across North Texas by providing individual, group, parent, and family therapy that offers trauma treatment and support for families. The goal of this prevention education is to help young adults between the ages of 12 and 24 increase their awareness of how to protect themselves from sexual exploitation.
 
View our infographic that outlines awareness information and prevention practices for youth here

Restore One Day on North Texas Giving Day

This Thursday, September 22 is North Texas Giving Day. By giving to New Friends New Life, you can help transform the lives of teens, women, and children affected by sexual exploitation and trafficking whose journey to restoration is comprised of many barriers. On this date, when gifts receive special bonus funds, we are asking our generous supporters to help rewrite the story of one life by alleviating daily expenses related to safe housing, reliable transportation, personal development, and preventative education. Together, we can empower survivors of exploitation and trafficking — and their families — on the road to recovery. 
 
To donate on September 22, please visit:
northtexasgivingday.org/npo/new-friends-new-life.

Our Mission

New Friends New Life restores and empowers formerly trafficked girls and sexually exploited women and children.
 
By providing access to education, job training, interim financial assistance, mental health and spiritual support, New Friends New Life helps women and their children overcome backgrounds of abuse, addiction, poverty and limited opportunities.
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