Capital City Ball

Courtney’s House Survivor Services Coordinator Tei Spaine, Founder and Exec. Dir.                   Tina Frundt, Dir. Of Services Jamila Hunt
Mary Bird
Courtney’s House Survivor Services Coordinator Tei Spaine, Founder and Exec. Dir. Tina Frundt, Dir. Of Services Jamila Hunt

Capital City Ball held a cocktail happy hour on the roof of the Graham Hotel in Georgetown on July 16. Proceeds from the evening benefited Courtney’s House, which provides a safe haven in a loving home environment for domestic sex trafficked girls between the ages of 12 and 18 years of age. Courtney’s House launched in 2008 and was founded by Tina Frundt, a domestic child trafficking survivor who has received several awards for dedicating her life in freedom to help others.

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