To Our Wonderful Sponsors

Before we go anywhere else we’d like to thank you for taking the time and being a part of this incredible opportunity to give and sponsor. We have created a packet that in detail will explain who we are as a foundation, what the event will entail and how you can be a part of it along with all that is needed to make this event a success; as well as detailed information on the organization that we are going to be giving to.

In the past 3 years The Stolen Crown foundation has made it our mission to fight human sex trafficking both locally in Tri-Cities and our great state of Washington. This year our heart has been pulled to the heart wrenching injustice that is happening in Cambodia, located in south east Asia. Though our daily fight is local, we have decided to bring our locals, our communities, our city together to take care of another community, our friends in Cambodia. To show the world that the stronger we grow locally the braver we fight globally.

With a heart in love for humanity, we offer you the opportunity to join us in reaching out your hand and to help. Anything you give will make the world of a difference. In return, I extend a personal promise to bring back to you results, accountability and excellence.

With so much gratitude – thank you,

Solomiya Parkhotyuk

Executive Director, The Stolen Crown Foundation, (509) 521-7628,

The Local to Global Gala 2017

ALL proceeds from ticket sales, donations and live auction will go directly to Remember Nhu/Remember the poor.

250 tickets available: Single ticket : $50.00,  Table (seats 10) : $600.00 – The Gala will be an 18+ age event

We are so honored and excited to be hosting this year’s Local to Global Gala! This event will a night to gather our community far and wide for a fun, formal and beautiful evening that will include live music from many talented local musicians, art including a special piece from the incredibly talented Chance Watts, dinner catered by CG Public House and a silent auction put together by our wonderful sponsors but in the midst of all the glamor it will most importantly give us an opportunity to shed light on the horrific injustice that is human sex trafficking and as a local community come together to educate ourselves, educate others and raise funds to help assist other organization that are on the ground working against human sex trafficking.

This year’s gala will be focused on the work Remember Nhu/Remember the poor is doing in Cambodia, south east Asia. As we raise awareness against this heinous crime in our local city and state we would also like to raise awareness of what is happening to our friends in Cambodia. With Cambodia holding one of the highest rates in the world for human sex trafficking, we believe it is our moral obligation to stand with them and further the work that they have began. We would love to have you join us on this journey and look forward to seeing you at the Local to Global Gala in Richland, WA on September 9th, 2017.

(Please visit  and to learn more about the incredible work that they do.

*The Stolen Crown Foundation is registered as a non-profit charitable organization exempt from Federal Income Tax as an organization described in Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to The Stolen Crown Foundation in the United States are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law and are for the use in supporting this non-profit charitable organization.