Eat For Change Today at Chipotle to End Child Sex Trafficking

Eat For Change
Elya loves to eat at Chipotle

Eat at Clackamas Chipotle today from 4pm to 8pm and 50% will go to help fight child sex trafficking at A Village For One in Portland, Oregon. When you Dine To End Exploitation at Chipotle today (April 24th, 2017), you will be helping creating awareness and actually be part of making a huge impact in these sex trafficking victims. Please show this flyer at purchase to make sure A Village For One receives the donation.

Dine To End Exploitation at Chipotle Facebook Page

Eat For Change Flyer


Get Involved & Create Awareness

We’re here to create awareness and get involved at the Third Annual Spring Fling to benefit A Village For One, which focuses specifically on helping child sex trafficking crime victims here in Oregon. Please support them and their cause. I know it’s a difficult topic to discuss, but we can create awareness. If you can support by donation, that’s great too. Either way there’s no excuse to miss Spring Fling because you can support their mission and have a great time doing it.

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Third Annual Spring Fling

This Year’s Mission

This year’s mission is to help stop child sex trafficking with A Village For One and support the Elks Children’s Eye Clinic at OHSU that focuses on babies, children and young adults.

Together We Can

Spring Fling is brought to you by three local Oregon-Minded non-profits who have teamed up to raise funds for this cause. Together with your support, the Portland Metropolitan Rotary Club, the Milwaukie-Portland Elks Lodge, and the Soroptimist International of Lake Oswego West Linn are all donating to both A Village for One and the Oregon Elks Children’s Eye Clinic. Join us for an exciting and fun-filled evening!

Photo credit: JoDee Luna

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My name is Alex Lockwood and I love Oregon. One of my favorite things about living in Oregon is that we are just a short drive away from a wide variety of fun outdoor activities and amazing natural beauty. I am a native Oregonian and I grew up in the countryside just outside of Sandy, Oregon nestled between Mt. Hood and Portland. Growing up, we owned a few different family businesses over the years and by the time I made it to high school age I was working four jobs; the family business, weekends on a dairy farm, summers bucking hay for Geren’s Farm Supply & Nuts On Sport Pizza off Highway 26 in Boring, Oregon. From shoveling cow manure and bucking hay to making pizza and taking inventory for the family business, I’ve done it all. Growing up, there never seemed to be a shortage of work, which is how I developed the strong work ethic I have today. Although it was difficult and times, we made the best of the situation. In fact, many of the opportunities I’ve had would have never happened without hard work or a little sacrifice.
  • Pam Banning

    See you all there! Several Soroptimists from Lake Oswego/West Linn are coming for dinner to support A Village for One. We will continue to support them and the wonderful healing work they are doing in Clackamas County.