The Little Tree Project, a non-profit and anti human trafficking organization, is hosting its first Night for Freedom fundraising event on Thurs. August 20, 2024 in the Original Oyster House Banquet Room at 6pm. Although tickets have sold out, the community can still help eradicate human trafficking through your support.

The Night for Freedom online silent auction opens from Aug. 10th through Aug. 20, and features Nancy Raia’s presenting artwork, vacation stays, family passes, local business donations, and more. To sign up for the silent auction or make a donation, please visit Proceeds directly support initiatives in prevention, aftercare services, and the establishment of a safe haven for survivors of this atrocity. 

“We at the Little Tree Project, are an organization committed to freedom and purpose. We have been given the undeniable perspective that beauty can come from ashes. We not only relate this truth to our own heart-breaks and life challenges, but also to an issue we are extremely passionate about– modern day slavery,” said Allana Chris, executive director of Little Tree Project..

Please join the fight to end human trafficking and make a difference in the lives of survivors right here in our very own community. With your support, we can build a brighter future where every individual is free, valued, and empowered.

About Little Tree Project

The Little Tree Project is a faith-based nonprofit organization committed to ending human trafficking through a multi-faceted approach including education, outreach, and support for survivors.  Human trafficking remains one of the most pressing human rights issues of our time, affecting millions of men, women, and children worldwide. As an organization committed to eradicating this modern-day slavery,  The Little Tree Project continues to work tirelessly to rescue victims, prosecute traffickers, and prevent future exploitation.  You can learn more about Little Tree Project, make a donation, participate in Night for  Freedom sponsorships and auction, and other ways to support The Little Tree Project by visiting  

Original Oyster House Banquet Room

Overlooking the Mobile Delta, the Original Oyster House Banquet Room introduces spectacular views to any occasion. At 2,000 Sq. Ft. and from 30 to 100 people, the Banquet Room is ideal for bridal rehearsals, celebrations, corporate meetings, reunions and more. Other amenities include private bathrooms, a create-your-own seafood buffet, elevator access and personalized room set ups. To take a virtual tour or reserve, please, visit

Calendar Details
Night for Freedom Online Silent Auction
Date: August 10th through Aug.  20th
Proceeds benefit the Little Tree Project
Silent Auction & Donation:

Night for Freedom: Banquet Tickets Sold Out


Allana Chris, executive director of the Little Tree Project
Allana Chris is the Executive Director of Little Tree Project, an anti-human trafficking organization headquartered in South Alabama with the mission of combating human trafficking through prevention, rehabilitation, and restoration. She has over 8 years of experience in the counter trafficking field conducting domestic and international rescue and aftercare services. 

Sign up for silent auction