6TH ANNUAL

NO MORE TEARS
LUNCHEON

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2021

DOYA
347 NW 24th Ave.

11:30am: Welcome Cocktails
12:30pm: Seated Luncheon

We invite you to join us in the fight against domestic violence and human trafficking at our 6th Annual Fundraising Luncheon.

In addition to spotlighting first-hand survivor accounts of No More Tears' life-changing work, we are thrilled to once again be recognizing fellow individuals that have been making incredible differences in our communities.

To ensure the safety of our guests, rapid COVID tests will be administered upon check-in at the luncheon. While waiting for your result, we invite you to browse our silent auction, or enjoy complimentary access to the neighboring Museum of Graffiti. Please note that a positive test will result in denied access to the event without donation refund. We thank you for your understanding.

ABOUT NO MORE TEARS

No More Tears is a Miami-based, all-volunteer 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that provides immediate assistance to victims of human trafficking and domestic violence including emergency shelter, basic survival needs, legal counsel, therapy, medical assistance, education and job training.

No More Tears is a volunteer-based organization which means every dollar donated goes directly to victims in need... always. We look forward to seeing you.

THE NMT 2021 HONOREES

  • Alisha Talbot
  • Louis Aguirre
  • Amaris Jones

CHAIRED BY

  • Cristina Scarano
  • Erin Michelle Newberg
  • Jilian Sanz
  • Lauren Walsh
  • Michele Hanash

FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE

  • Alexa Oelbaum
  • Allison Freidin
  • Andi Neugarten
  • Ania Goldberg
  • Christina Sirinyan
  • Cindy Pearlstein
  • Jennifer Halley
  • Jenny Pimentel
  • Kate Kabissky
  • Lauren Barrington
  • Natasa Boucher
  • Natalie Corvacho
  • Pooja Kharbanda
  • Tiffany Rosen
  • Violet Camacho

SPONSORED BY

DOYA logo Milo.Care logo Museum of Graffiti logo Gerard Bertrand logo Sipsmith London logo London Essence Co. logo

SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 2007, NO MORE TEARS HAS RESCUED AND EMPOWERED MORE THAN 30,000 VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND HATE CRIMES.

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