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Paradise Plaza | Miami Design District
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, medicalassistance, education and job training.
Somy Ali, Founder and President of No More Tears, witnessed injustices and violence growing up in Pakistan. She herself is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, teenage rape and domestic violence during her time working as an actor in Bollywood. After finishing her education, Somy founded No More Tears in 2007 with the mission to assist and empower victims of human trafficking and domestic violence. Today, Ali and a dedicated group of volunteers, medical professionals and legal advisors help women, children, and men start a new life free from abuse.
Since its inception, the organization has rescued more than 30,000 victims — women, children and members of the LGBTQ community — from severe sexual and physical abuse. Of those survivors, only two returned to their abusers. In addition to providing for immediate emergency needs, NMT has enabled survivors to graduate as paralegals, lawyers, nurses and teachers, as well as with many other professional degrees, through enrollment in school and education funding.
Mutually beneficial partnerships center around the 2019 Annual Awards Luncheon, serving to shine a light on the importance of the mission behind No More Tears while creating ample opportunities to engage with your brands’ offerings. It is all about raising awareness and generating promotional opportunities in a personalized, luxurious manner.
Your support offsets a specific facet of the event, allowing us to redirect funds to crucial pieces of our empowerment programs. No More Tears Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so all sponsorship opportunities are tax-deductible.
Born and raised in Germany and currently residing in Salt Lake City, Utah, Coco Berthmann is a certified protection specialist, aspiring human rights attorney and works as a human-trafficking rescue operator.
An Associate Minister at Miami’s Unity on the Bay, one of the largest, progressive spiritual communities in Florida, Rev. Juan del Hierro’s calling is one of sacred activism. His personal mission is “to passionately and boldly awaken the human family” by involving ourselves in social justice issues to create a world that works for all.
Growing up with a family that was headstrong in philanthropy, Ariel was raised in a very hands-on manner when it came to serving the needs of her community. She and her family have been instrumental in bringing heat, hot water and appropriate living conditions to over half-a-million residents in Manhattan who were residing in state-of-emergency conditions.
Monique Idlett-Mosley is a globally recognized entertainment pioneer. Her power and influence stem from a unique blend of business acumen and innovative strategic vision. By adeptly traversing the spectrum from entertainment, marketing, press and entrepreneurship, she has earned a reputation as an entertainment industry visionary. One Of Gotham Magazine’s Powerful 100 Names to Know, her expansive reach into the hearts and minds of people across the world is transforming the way people interact with each other and iconic brands.
Born in Argentina, Ines Rivero began a career in the modeling/fashion industry at the age of fourteen. At nineteen, she won Elite’s Model of the Year contest. What followed was an international modeling career of over fifteen years working with celebrated fashion designers including YSL, Karl Lagerfeld, Azzedine Alaia, Giorgio Armani, Alexander McQueen and John Galliano amongst others. In 1999, Ines was signed as the first Latin woman to represent Victoria’s Secret in the one of the fashion-industry’s most highly coveted roles of ‘angel.’