Cover Her Now
A Funding Campaign for The Covering House

We operate a residential home for minor girls who are victims
of sex-trafficking.

And our girls need you.

We’ve all seen the crippling effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19)
on small businesses across the country.

Businesses have closed.
Employees have been laid off.
Events have been canceled.

But non-profits like The Covering House have been hit particularly hard.

We Cannot Close Our Doors

Our home is filled with precious girls who have suffered unimaginable trauma.
We will not — cannot — release them onto the streets. They need us.

We Cannot Lay Off Staff Who Work with Our Girls

These girls require 24/7 care. Our counselors and therapists are
irreplaceable in helping our girls overcome their trauma.

And yet, we were forced to postpone our 4th Annual Dine for Dignity Gala due to the pandemic.
The Gala is responsible for over 21% of our annual budget.

That’s over $250,000 in critical operating capital.

So, we are in desperate need of partners to step up and help these girls!

Please give generously.

Dine for Dignity Gala

Join Us on Saturday, August 15th

6:00 p.m. – 10:00 pm

The Chase Park Plaza Hotel
212 Kingshighway Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108

*Black Tie Optional*

The Covering House Fourth Annual Gala, Dine For Dignity, will be held on Saturday, August 15, 2020, at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel. Enjoy a fabulous cocktail hour at 6:00 pm, followed by an exquisite dinner, served at 7:00 pm.  We are proud to announce that this year’s hosts will be Julie Buck and Nicole Genovese from KTRS’ “Girl Talk.”

Tickets: $100 – RESERVE NOW
Includes: Cocktail hour, seated dinner, open bar, dessert, valet parking, live auction, & silent auction

Includes: Special VIP Cocktail hour, seated dinner, open bar, dessert, valet parking, live auction, and silent auction.

Table: $1,000 (10 seats) – RESERVE NOW

VIP Table: $1,500 (10 seats) – RESERVE NOW

Table Sponsor$2,000 (2 VIP + 8 seats) RESERVE NOW

Attire: Black tie optional

Prefer to pay by check? Download this form and mail it with your payment.

Additional sponsorship opportunities are available Click HERE to learn more.

Our Story

During the fall of 2008, our founder, Deidre was exposed to a documentary on human sex-trafficking. This film discussed the issue both abroad and then locally to the United States. Deidre was pierced by the reality of trafficking happening in our country and was heartbroken that there were very few resources available for today’s young survivors. From there The Covering House was born.

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