Coronado will be home to Generate Hope’s fundraising gala on Sept. 9.
Generate Hope serves female trafficking survivors over the age of 18 in San Diego through a large safe house, therapy offices and a recovery program that operates in the region – including Coronado.
The gala hopes to raise additional funds for future programs and safe homes in San Diego.
Held at the Hanson Mansion in Coronado on Sept. 9, the event will have gourmet food served by David Bland, a chef from White Sands of La Jolla, a hosted bar, a silent auction and a live auction.
It starts at 5:30 p.m. and tickets are still available at rickandkatiemoorefoundation.org.
Generate Hope in Coronado
One of Generate Hope’s locations, the transition home, acts as a transitory stage for trafficking survivors.
The home is located in Coronado as Generate Hope’s Executive Director Annie Rodriguez feels that Coronado is the best place for the women to transition back into society.
The city of Coronado has really embraced us and embraced many of the services the women are in.”-Generate Hope Executive Director Annie Rodriguez
“We really want it to be in a safe city and a place where they can thrive. That’s what the community of Coronado grants,” Rodriguez said. “The city of Coronado has really embraced us and embraced many of the services the women are in, like small businesses.”
Generate Hope provides opportunities in their transition home for the women to start living and working, and Coronado has been the safe haven that they have been looking for.
Fiesta de Coronado
Generate Hope will be the beneficiary of the 8th annual Fiesta de Coronado, as the group has partnered with the Rick and Katie Moore Foundation, a local San Diego charity organization, to have the fundraiser.
Generate Hope’s fundraisers usually raise $150,000 to $200,000, officials said.