CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreach Ministry is hosting its 4th Annual Men and Women Empowerment Banquet Fundraiser Saturday, August 21 at the Days Inn Conference Center, 805 Service Road Hwy US1, Southern Pines at 5 p.m.
CCFCA Breaking the Chain Outreach Ministry is a tax-exempt ministry whose mission is to open safe houses for victims of domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual abuse to safe haven in a 24 months Lifeskill Development Program.
CCFCA Breaking the Chain’s vision is to stop domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual abuse in our communities and state through educational and inspirational services. They are a 5 years old ministry who have spoken in churches in Cumberland, Scotland, Wake, Montgomery, Lee, Richmond and Moore counties educating how to identify toxic behaviors, the need for family therapy intervention, holistic healing, financial counseling, drug abuse, rape crisis, domestic violence, human trafficking, judicial navigation, and social developments.
The Men and Women Empowerment Banquet will be addressed by educators, businessmen/women, poets, authors, clinical professionals, clergy and the NBA Boxing Champion, Mike Williams Jr. and a PowerPoint presentation on rape prevention provided by Virginia Locklear. Dr. Veronica Hardy a professor, educator, public speaker, author, consultant, clinical social worker and podcaster will make a special appearance and presentation. Speakers from St. Lucie Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey and North Carolina will make remarks.
Formal attire is required.
Entertainment will be provided by Gospel Recording Artists Teralyn Harris and Johnny Clifton Sr.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door. For tickets, call (910) 528-1038.
Doors will open at 4 p.m.
Vendors are welcome by registrations at 910.528.1038 three days in advance at $25 per table. Gifts will be raffled by Mary Kay’s salesperson Jenny Scott. Thirty percent of profit will be donated to minister Marie Baker, Moore County’s Deputy Clerk for a kidney transplant.
Photography provided by Herbert McAllister.
Music by Deacon Jeremiah Matthews
Dinner will be served.