Anti-Human Trafficking Friendsgiving Day

Friendsgiving is a special term to celebrate the holidays among "friends," or other people who are passionate about the things you care about.  Join other anti-human trafficking advocates at My Half of the Sky Coffee Shop in Wheaton for a chance to learn about this unique social enterprise, meet like-minded people, and then shop for special gifts to share with friends and family at the holidays.

We'll be meeting in the upper level event room and will get a chance to hear from Renee Pollino, founder of the My Half of the Sky Coffee Shop & Gift Store .  Renee shares her powerful vision for empowering women who have been ensnared by trafficking.  Learn how you might be able to make a difference.  Once we have had our coffee and treats, take a moment to shop in their gift store, which is filled with beautiful, hand-made items made by trafficking survivors around the globe.

Transportation is on your own.  The address is 121 W. Wesley Street, Wheaton, IL.  All ages welcome.  

South Barrington Campus

(224) 512-1240

My Half of the Sky Coffee Shop, 121 W. Wesley St., Wheaton, IL

Date / Time
  • Sat, Nov. 14, 2020, 10:00 AM (2 hours)

Please be sure to bring enough funds (credit cards are accepted) to cover your own beverages and food, and to buy any gifts, if you decide to do so.