God's Child Project prepares to raise money to fight human trafficking

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BISMARCK, ND - The God's Child Project is getting prepared for their annual Valentine's Dance coming up in February. All proceeds from the dance goes to ITEMP, or Institute for Trafficked, Exploited and Missing Persons.

The Valentine's Dance is at Baymount Inn and Suites from 6-11 pm where a local band, The Low Down Dirty Dogs, will be the entertainment for the night. There is also a famous couples costume contest for couples to participate in and a silent auction.

"We are so excited for this event. We are offering couples a unique alternative to the traditional Valentines date. We are going to start out with some great food, and a silent auction. We've had some local businesses already donate some great items. From restaurants, florists, sporting goods stores, and local jewelry stores. It really is going to be a fun and elegant event that supports a great cause," says Kim Kleven, Office Manager.

If you'd like to donate to this project or get more information about it you can contact Kim Kleven at 701-255-7956.