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Act Now’s Annual Sock Hop Set to Be the Best Yet

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Students at the 2014 Act Now Sock Hop

Students at the 2014 Act Now Sock Hop

Students at the 2014 Act Now Sock Hop

Emma Ryan, Staff Writer

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Two children are trafficked every minute worldwide. 800,000 people are trafficked every year. On Friday March 31st, Act Now will be hosting the 4th Annual Sock Hop to benefit End Slavery TN, an organization that strives to put an end to human trafficking in Tennessee, by raising awareness and rescuing victims. Students from many different schools around Nashville come to the Sock Hop every year, which has allowed the event grow. Margot May, co-president of Act Now, gave LogosNow a bit of background about the event and a sneak-peek of what will be in store for this year: “The Sock Hop was started 4 years ago in order to raise funds and awareness to support the end of human trafficking in our city, our state, our nation, and our world. Over the years, the event has grown. This year we hope to bring in a large group of people by offering raffle prizes donated by Maggie Moos, Five Daughters Bakery, Perfect Pair, Taqueria Del Sol, Native Nomad, Pangea, Judith Bright, Sport’s Seasons, Pancake Pantry and Woo Cosmetics. We will also be offering food, including Christie Cookies, to all of our guests. The dance will be hopping with a great combination of 50s throwbacks and Beyonce esc jams. We hope you all consider joining us or donating”!

Last year, the Sock Hop raised and donated over $2,000 to help end human trafficking, and with a $10 donation at the door and a chance to enter in raffle prizes, Act Now is hoping to do the same again this year.

The club has also created a promotion video for the dance, which is attached to this article!

Dance for freedom, support Act Now, and help put an end to human trafficking by coming to the Sock Hop on Friday night!

 

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