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Opening Doors, Inc.
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A non profit organization that has been protecting and empowering people since 1993.
A non profit organization that has been protecting and empowering people since 1993.

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Opening Doors prepares to take in more Syrian refugees this year! Find out how you can help on a local level. #refugees   #refugeeswelcome  

Big thanks to California Bank & Trust for donating to our Festival of Flavors event!

The Big Day of Giving isn't over yet. We have already received so much support from our community. Thank you for giving to your favorite nonprofit, Opening Doors! #BigDoG2015

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Tomorrow is the Big Day of Giving. We have been waiting for this day all year and we cannot wait to receive your support! Give where your heart is this Big Day of Giving to Opening Doors! #BigDoG
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Just 2 days left till the Big Day of Giving. We are just as excited as you are. Support your favorite nonprofit, Opening Doors! #BigDoG2015
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The Big Day of Giving is only 4 days away. Give where your heart is! #BigDoG2015
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We are one week away from the Big Day of Giving! Why do you support Opening Doors? Spread the word: "I support @OpeningDoorsInc because I care about refugees." #BigDoG2015
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We are resettling Colombian refugees for the first time later this month. Here is an informative article about the situation in Colombia #Refguees http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human-life-and-dignity/migrants-refugees-and-travelers/columbianrefugees.cfm

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http://ow.ly/KvEF9 It is incredibly important for doctors and ER staff to recognize the signs of trafficking, which is why Opening Doors does trainings for these professionals. This is one thing we do to address trafficking in our communities. However, anyone can help. You can call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline at 1-888-373-7888.

Davis United Methodist Church and the Great Decisions 2015 Seminar Group will host a 2-hour workshop addressing this pernicious modern slavery issue.

When:Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Where: In the Sanctuary at 1620 Anderson Road, Davis, CA 95616.

Debra DeBondt, CEO and Jan Fehlhaber, Anti-Trafficking Specialist of Opening Doors Inc. in Sacramento will be the featured speakers. The event will be open to the wider Davis/Yolo County faith community and public. A free will offering will be collected.

See you there!
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