A community event with a cause, featuring Monday Night Social and El Bandito, will be held at The Camp House on Jan. 11, National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, from 7-9 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
"Second Life Tennessee is raising awareness in this community with music, vendors and local nonprofits coming together to show their support," organizers said. "Second Life Tennessee is committed to ending human trafficking through policy, prevention and survivor services. Second Life Tennessee hosts community events like this one to invite more advocates into the SLTN mission; to stop the trafficking of people."
Vendors will be Elea Blake Cosmetics, Hattanooga, The Hart Gallery, Laura Beth Micheal, Ivory and Oak and more.
All proceeds go toward the survivor services program.