Join us on February 14th for the 9th Annual Julie Valentine Center Luncheon presented by North American Rescue to hear the remarkable story of an amazing man. Sasha Joseph Neulinger, travels nationally as a public speaker, advocating for reforms in child advocacy and child abuse prevention. Sasha’s 2015 TEDxBozeman presentation “Trauma Is Irreversible. How It Shapes Us Is Our Choice” has since been viewed nearly 200,000 times to date. Neulinger’s transformative journey of learning to confront his past and learn to love and embrace every part of himself included telling his friends and loved ones what happened to him, and experiencing the love and acceptance that eluded him for so long.
A renowned speaker, filmmaker and advocate, Sasha is the founder and President of Voice For The Kids, LLC and the co-founder and Head of Production at Step 1 Films, LLC. He has worked behind the scenes on National Geographic’s award winning series, “America, The Wild” as an assistant editor and has produced, directed, and edited films for corporate and non-profit clients nationally. He is currently directing his first feature length documentary, “Rewind To Fast-Forward,” an autobiographical film about his life surviving multigenerational child sexual abuse.
Proceeds from the event will aid the Julie Valentine Center’s efforts to provide healing services to victims of child abuse and sexual assault in Greenville and Pickens Counties while increasing awareness and promoting prevention of these issues. The Julie Valentine Center counts on the love and the support of the community at the annual Valentine’s Day fundraising luncheon to help men, women, girls and boys take the courageous step in ending the cycle of abuse and rebuilding their lives. 2,600 members of our community took this important step last year with the help of the Julie Valentine Center.
Tickets are available at https://www.julievalentinecenter.org/2019-luncheon-registration.html
Reserved tables for 10 are $750. General admission tickets $65 each. Sponsorships also available.
Contact Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 331-0560 x228 for more information