Tee it Up With Amilias Light on August 14!

Amilia's Light hosts a number of events through the year to raise awareness

and funds for survivors of human trafficking. 

Golf Tournament August 14, 2017  

Tee it off with Amilia's Light  at Foxborough Country Club.  

Special Celebrity Guest, NE Patriots Hall of Fame QB Steve Grogan!


12 pm,  18 holes and dinner.

Last year's event was so much fun at Glen Ellen, and it helped us raise almost $5000!  That's about 3 months support for the Empowerment Program in Uganda! 

Help us raise funds to keep that program going, complete a residential facility for trauma recovery, and grow Amilia's Light Awareness programs locally,

Win your bid to play golf with Patriot's Hall of Famer -  QB Steve Grogan! 

Email your highest and best sealed bid for Steve Grogan to join your foursome at the 2nd Annual Amilia's Light Golf Tournament. 

Click this link and let us know how much you want to play golf with Steve Grogan!

Winner will be announced on August 1st.  


Hole in One  $2500  

Albatross $1000

Eagle  $500

Birdie  $250

Email George Chung  to participate in sponsorship by July 15. 





Jewelry Parties

Proceeds from these events help to support our programs in Uganda.  We've got some great summer jewelry.

Host a party? 

Invite your neighbors, friends and family over - host a coffee, a wine/cheese, or a pot-lunch brunch or supper! You provide the food, we'll set up, and sell the jewelry! 


Past Events

Annual Garden Party, "An Enchanted Evening"

June 17     7 to 11 pm

It was an enchanted evening - please join us next year! 


Date to be announced


Fairy House Workshop

Sorry we missed you!  Hope you can join us next year! 



Film Screening & Discussion  - Not My Life

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 

Filmed on five continents, in a dozen countries, Not My Life takes viewers into a world where millions of children are exploited, every day, through an astonishing array of practices including forced labor, domestic servitude, begging, sex tourism, sexual violence, and child soldiering.

"Human traffickers are earning billions of dollars on the backs and in the beds of our children," says the film's director, Academy Award nominee, Robert Bilheimer, "and yet no one knows this is happening." We have a huge responsibility, right now, to learn the truth and act on it.

 A group discussion was facilitated by UNICEF fellow, Jessica Morris and Amilia’s Light President, Michelle Luhrmann.  A5, youth ambassadors attended and encouraged participants to take the #WriteItBrightForAmiliasLight challenge.    

Read more about the film in the Hometown Weekly letter to the editor and in the blog series written by the A5 youth ambassadors.