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Founded in 2001, ITEMP a borderless anti-human trafficking Founded in 2001, ITEMP is aisborderless anti-human trafficking program of Asociacion Ahijados (ANA), an Founded inof 2001, ITEMPNuestros isNuestros a borderless anti-human trafficking program Asociacion Ahijados (ANA), an Founded in 2001, ITEMP is a borderless anti-human trafficking international nonprofit headquartered in Guatemala, with U.S. program of Asociacion Nuestros (ANA), an international nonprofit headquartered in Ahijados Guatemala, with U.S. Founded in 2001, ITEMP is a borderless anti-human trafficking program of Asociacion Nuestros Ahijados (ANA), an offices in Minneapolis, and well known for having helped international nonprofitand headquartered in with U.S. offices in Minneapolis, well known forGuatemala, having helped program of Asociacion Nuestros Ahijados (ANA), an of international nonprofit headquartered in Guatemala, with U.S. thousands of children and families break the bitter chains officesofinchildren Minneapolis, and well known for having helped thousands and families break the bitter chains of U.S. international nonprofitover headquartered in Guatemala, with offices in Minneapolis, and well known for having helped poverty the last twenty years. thousandspoverty of children families break the bitter chains of over and the last twenty years. officesofinchildren Minneapolis, and well known having helped thousands and families break the for bitter chains of poverty over the last twenty years. thousands of children and families break the bitter chains of poverty over the lastinterdict, twenty years.  ITEMP works prevent, rescue, recover,  ITEMP works to to prevent, interdict, rescue, recover, andand the last twenty years. rehabilitatepoverty victimsover of human trafficking. are unique, rehabilitate human trafficking. WeWe are unique,  ITEMP victims works toofprevent, interdict, rescue, recover, and because we provide women children with safe houses,  because ITEMP works to prevent, interdict, rescue, recover, and we provide women andand children with safe houses, rehabilitate victims of human trafficking. We are unique, medical, psychological social, legal and rehabilitate victims human trafficking. Weassistance are unique,  because ITEMP works toofprevent, interdict, rescue, and medical, psychological aid,aid, social, legal assistance we provide women and children withrecover, safeand houses, education. because we provide women and children with safe houses, rehabilitate victims of human trafficking. We are unique, education. medical, psychological aid, social, legal assistance and medical, aid, social, legal assistance and becausepsychological we provide women and children with safe houses, education. education. medical, psychological aid, social, legal assistance and  We are proud to share that our holistic approach has resulted  We are proud to share that our holistic approach has resulted education. a graduation rate of 96% among rehabilitated students inainWe graduation of 96% among ourour rehabilitated students are proudrate to share that our holistic approach has resulted national average of has 50%.  We are proud to Guatemala’s share that national our holistic approach resulted vs.vs. Guatemala’s average of 50%. in a graduation rate of 96% among our rehabilitated students in a We graduation rate 96%that among our rehabilitated students are proud to of share our holistic approach has resulted vs. Guatemala’s national average of 50%. vs. Guatemala’s average of 50%. in a graduation rate of national 96% among our rehabilitated students vs. Guatemala’s national average of 50%. •Minnesota is ranked of the states in the nation •Minnesota is ranked oneone of the toptop 13 13 states in the nation forfor highest incidence in recruitment of minors sex trafficking highest incidence in recruitment of top minors forfor sex •Minnesota is ranked one of the 13 states intrafficking the nation for (FBI) •Minnesota is ranked one of the top 13 states in the nation for (FBI) highest incidence in recruitment of minors for sex trafficking highest incidence in recruitment of top minors for sexintrafficking •Minnesota is ranked one of (FBI) the 13 states the nation for •In 2010, on-line sales of minor girls being sold in MN (FBI) highest incidence insales recruitment ofgirls minors forsold sex trafficking •In 2010, thethe on-line of minor being in MN increased by 55% over a six month period (FBI) increased by 55%sales over six month •In 2010, the on-line ofa minor girls period being sold in MN (Schapiro Group Study) •In 2010, the on-line sales of minor girls being sold in MN (Schapiro Group Study) increased by 55% over a six month period increased by 55%sales over a six month •In 2010, the on-line minor girlsperiod being sold in MN (SchapiroofGroup Study) •When asked, 89% of women and girls used in prostitution (Schapiro Group Study) increased by 55% over a six month period •When asked, 89% of women and girls used in prostitution wanted to out but didn’t know where turn help (Schapiro Group Study) wanted toasked, getget out89% but didn’t know to to turn forfor help •When of women andwhere girls used in prostitution (Journal of Trauma Practice 2, 2003) •When asked, 89% of women and girls used in prostitution of Trauma Practice 2, 2003) wanted(Journal to get out but didn’t know where to turn for help wanted to asked, get out89% but didn’t know where to turn help •When of women and girls used in for prostitution (Journal of Trauma Practice 2, 2003) (Journal of Trauma Practice 2, 2003) wanted to get out but didn’t know where to turn for help www.ITEMP.org www.ITEMP.org (Journal of Trauma Practice 2, 2003)

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Choose the best level of Choose the best level of sponsorship for you: sponsorship for you: Champions for Freedom – $10,000 (2-year commitment) Champions for Freedom – $10,000 (2-year commitment)  Corporate name and logo in lights – Impress guests with 

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televisedname messages throughout eveningguests with Corporate and logo in lightsthe – Impress V.I.P. Party – Get a unique behind-the-scenes look at the televised messages throughout the evening Dakota Club andameet Nachito Herrera and look Alison V.I.P. Party – Get unique behind-the-scenes at Scott. the For your of 20.Nachito Approximately in length Dakota Clubparty and meet Herrera ½ andhour Alison Scott. logo/name mentioned in ½ all hour mediain length ForCorporate your party of 20. Approximately announcements, including FoxinNews and KARE 11 TV, Corporate logo/name mentioned all media radio and newspapers throughout Minnesota, all announcements, including Fox News and KAREand 11 TV, ITEMP newslettersthroughout (international audienceand of 14,000 radio and newspapers Minnesota, all readers) and internet postings audience of 14,000 ITEMP newsletters (international Live announcements throughout event by your readers) and internet postings corporate rep. Corporate messages aired throughout the Live announcements throughout event by your event corporate rep. Corporate messages aired throughout the Full page ad in La Fiesta for Freedom Program event Corporate name/logo/announcements on three different Full page ad in La Fiesta for Freedom Program websites and Facebook Corporate name/logo/announcements on three different Corporate on all printed materials websites and logo Facebook Corporate logo on all printed materials

Champions for Children – $7,500 Champions for Children – $7,500throughout the event at the  Animation announcements 

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Dakota Club Animation announcements throughout the event at the Corporate Dakota Club name/logo in all media announcements Corporate logo on all printed Corporate name/logo in all mediamaterials announcements Full-page ad in La Fiesta for Freedom Corporate logo on all printed materials Program Corporate on three different Full-page ad name/logo/announcements in La Fiesta for Freedom Program websites and Facebook Corporate name/logo/announcements on three different websites and Facebook

Champions for Giving Children a Chance – $6,000 Champions for Giving Children Chance – $6,000  Corporate name/logo in allamedia announcements     

Corporate name/logo in all printed materials Corporate name/logo in all media announcements Live “thank yous” mentioning your company throughout Corporate name/logo in all printed materials the“thank event yous” mentioning your company throughout Live page ad in La Fiesta for Freedom program theFull event Full page ad in La Fiesta for Freedom program

Advocates for Women and Children Sponsorship – Varies Advocates forincludes Womena and Children Sponsorship Varies Sponsorship full-page ad in the La Fiesta for– Freedom

program inincludes additiona to having ad your logo featured at the Sponsorship full-page incompany the La Fiesta for Freedom stationinyou’ve selected to sponsor. Please select of theatfollowing: program addition to having your company logo one featured the  you’ve Ethnic Drink Sponsor –Please $5,000 station selected to sponsor. select one of the following: Ethnic FoodSponsor Sponsor– –$5,000 $5,000 – Sample ‘street’ foods from   Ethnic Drink around the world in the areas we serve: Guatemala, India,  Ethnic Food Sponsor – $5,000 – Sample ‘street’ foods from Africathe and, in the U.S., Native Americans in Minnesota around world in the areas we serve: Guatemala, India, and and, North Africa inDakota the U.S., Native Americans in Minnesota  andSampler Table Sponsor – $2,500 – Guests sample different North Dakota recipesTable for coffee and–hot chocolate made with different coffees and  Sampler Sponsor $2,500 – Guests sample chocolate from our fair trade farmers who work withand our recipes for coffee and hot chocolate made with coffees project from in Guatemala chocolate our fair trade farmers who work with our  project Salsain Competition GuatemalaSponsor – $2,500 Audio Sponsor –Sponsor $2,500 – $2,500   Salsa Competition LiveSponsor Music Sponsor   Audio – $2,500– $2,500  Keepsakes Sponsor (gifts from Guatemala) – $2,500  Live Music Sponsor – $2,500 Keepsakes Sponsor (Guatemalan hand-made crafts) –   Keepsakes Sponsor (gifts from Guatemala) – $2,500 $2,500 Sponsor (Guatemalan hand-made crafts) –  Keepsakes $2,500

General Support for Women & Children – $1,500 General Support forinWomen Children $1,500  ¼ page ad La Fiesta&for Freedom–Program 

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$600V.I.P. Booth – 4 guests – up Main Stage Enjoy the awesome performances close and personal! $700V.I.P. Tables 4 guests - Balcony $600V.I.P. Booth – 4–guests – Main Stage $700- V.I.P. Tables – 4 guests - Balcony

V.I.P. Seating V.I.P. Seating  Enjoy the awesome performances up close and personal!

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