Wow! June was a busy month for ICT S.O.S.!
The Freeze Mob started off the month in a big way. It created a great buzz for ICT S.O.S and sent lots of people here to the site to learn more.
Pat Moyer's interview for Impact kept the conversation going.
Our group met June 21st for the second time since we formed. Gracepoint Church was our gracious host and we had a great turnout. Each committee drafted certain goals for their group to work on. Our next meeting will be July 12th at Kansas Masonic Home. The EMCU officers and Karen Countryman-Roswurm will be providing training for our group as well as anyone else who would like to attend.
June 22nd Stacie and I attended the ASERCA Roundtable meeting as representatives from ICT S.O.S. The action committee members from that group will be joining us at future ICT S.O.S. meetings as their appointed committee meeting time. We're so excited about this partnership. It will truly join the professional community with the general public volunteer base to create change!
Sunday June 26th, the Wichita Polo Club hosted a benefit for ICT S.O.S. A portion of the ticket sales will go to the Wichita Children's Home to help fund the opening of the Street Outreach team's new daytime drop-in center for homeless youth. Check out www.facebook.com/ictsos to see lots of pictures of the event!
ICT S.O.S. was also featured on KAKE TV's This Week In Kansas on Sunday June 26th.
If you have been wanting to join a meeting or an event but haven't been able to- We would really encourage you to try and make it to the July 12th meeting. I know the training that will be presented will be invaluable to anyone interested in helping to stop sexual exploitation and human trafficking in our city.
And if you or your business, church or other group would like to be more involved- please visit the Resource Development page and fill out the form there.