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Rebuilding Lives Experiences

Together we help survivors of torture – heal.
 
How?
 
To explain how you can help make healing possible, we offer, free of charge, monthly Rebuilding Lives Experiences, where you’ll hear powerful stories of hope and struggle, and ways to take action.
This is not a fundraising event.
 
This is your opportunity to hear from our staff who have first-hand experience supporting survivors of torture. And learn updates on progress and challenges facing torture survivors around the world.
 
Be our guest and see for yourself the sanctuary and healing provided at the St. Paul Healing Center after the physical and psychological trauma of torture and war.
 
Please enter the full name of any guests who will be joining you. Kindly include their email address(es) if possible so we may send them important event information.
Rebuilding Lives Experiences are intended for audiences age 16 and older. If you have additional questions about Rebuilding Lives Experiences, contact Laura Kuhlmann at lkuhlmann [at] cvt.org or 651.209.3198.
 
If you’re in the Atlanta, GA, area and would like a tour of our healing center there, contact Darlene Lynch at dlynch [at] cvt.org or 404-402-1764.
 

Restoring Hope Breakfast 

The Restoring Hope Breakfast is the premier event in Minnesota that raises awareness and funds to support survivors of torture, war trauma and other mass atrocities in our community and around the world. We hope you will join us to hear inspiring stories of hope and healing.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Registration | 7:30 a.m.

Program | 8:00-9:00 a.m.

The Minneapolis Convention Center: 1301 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis

Registration will open in August 2019.

For sponsorship or table captain inquiries, contact Laura Kuhlmann at lkuhlmann [at] cvt.org (subject: Sponsorship%2FTable%20Captain%20Inquiry) .

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Host a Get to Know CVT Event

Invite CVT to your home, place of worship, office or any other spot that is convenient for you and your guests. We'll provide a compelling overview of our work, including stories about the men and women we care for. Contact Anna Zaros at 612-436-4859 or azaros [at] cvt.org to schedule an event.

Atlanta area residents interested in hosting may contact Darlene Lynch at dlynch [at] cvt.org or 404-402-1764.

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