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3 August 2019: From Trauma to Triumph - child human trafficking, forgiveness and faith.

For Womens Day this year, the Museum has teamed up with Kimpossible Event Flowers and Decor to bring you the internationally known Talita van der Heevers life story: From Trauma to Triumph - child human trafficking, forgiveness and faith. There will be two sessions (both the same) so that people who work will be able to attend as well.

There will also be an art exhibition in the Museum, depicting the womens suffering in the Anglo-Boer (South African) War.

You will not only be supporting children with trauma when attending this powerful event, but will also learn how to forgive completely and how to protect yourself and your children from falling victim to this terrible crime.

All proceeds will go to the Tshepang House and #Inspire2Befearless combating human trafficking and child prostitution.

Date: 3 August 2019
Time: Session 1: 9:00-13:00
Session 2: 14:00 -18:00
Venue: Santa Fe restaurant at the War Museum (Monument Road)

Ticket Cost: R250 per person includes a gift bag worth up to and a nice lunch. Free entrance to the Museum tickets will also be included in your bag. Many Lucky Draws will also be made.

Everybody is welcome, limited space available, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

For more information and to buy tickets, please contact Kim at 083 324 1875

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Posted: 2019/07/08 (12:32:23 PM)



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