CAMPAIGN CORNER Click on the teen's name to find out more about their campaign!
FINNLEY - Selling t-shirts, long sleeve tees, and sweatshirts featuring TAP's Legal Line and the hashtag #HopeNotFear in purple.
HAILEY - Selling t-shirts and sweatshirts including a design with a phrase about courage and being the change.
MASON - Making and selling cookies with free delivery to certain Austin areas.
OLIVIA - Making and selling paintings of the different types of chakras.
JACK - Offering virtual math tutoring for 3rd and 6th grader needing a boost.
SAMANTHA - Making and selling homemade goods, such as paintings, to raise funds.
Texas Advocacy Project provides training on healthy relationships, teen dating violence, online safety, and leadership skills through Teen Ambassadors of Hope. Teen Ambassadors earn service hours for volunteer endeavors and can highlight their efforts on college and scholarship applications, allowing them to stand out among their peers. Teen Ambassadors make an impact in their communities by promoting safe and healthy relationships while raising funds to support the free legal services provided by the Texas Advocacy Project to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault.
Goals for each Teen Ambassador of Hope:
• Champion the Mission and Services of Texas Advocacy Project
• Promote Awareness of Dating Violence and Healthy Relationships
• Raise a Minimum of $500 for Texas Advocacy Project
2019 was a record breaking Teen Ambassadors of Hope campaign year – raising nearly $27,000!
Teen Ambassador of the Year - Hunter Harris Jones
Corporate Partnership Award - Mason Watters
Innovation Award - Kate Hirschfeld
Leadership Award - Catherine Scott-Dewar
Outreach Award - Matthew Vinson
Peer Choice Award - Mason Watters
Social Media Award - Haven Greenfield