Attend An Event

Greenlight Operation hosts events year-round to raise awareness about human trafficking, build community connections, and to unite anti-trafficking organizations.  Experience our work first-hand, and meet the team at one of our upcoming events.


Harrisburg Senators Game | August 3 | 6PM

The Harrisburg Senators are featuring Greenlight Operation at the August 3rd home game. The Greenlight Operation team will be interviewed before the game, have a booth throughout the evening to answer any questions you may have, and proceeds from ticket sales will support our Restoration Home Project. Did we also mention there will be a fireworks show following the game?

Stay tuned for a ticket link that will be released. Purchasing tickets from the link will donate $4 from every ticket sale to the Restoration Home Project.

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Breaking Chains is an annual art and community showcase that’s hosted by Greenlight Operation to raise awareness about human trafficking. This family friendly event is full of local artists that display and sell beautiful creations to benefit Greenlight Operation’s efforts to combat human trafficking. In addition to local artists, anti-trafficking groups from across Pennsylvania come together for this event to provide the resources attendees need to get involved with combating human trafficking. It is an event that draws the community together, provides resources about human trafficking, and allows you to support a local anti-human trafficking organization.

Stay tuned for more information about our 3rd annual Breaking Chains.

2645 Lisburn Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011

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On October 19, 2019, people across the globe will join the movement to abolish slavery one step at a time, as hundreds of walks take place in cities worldwide.  Greenlight Operation is hosting A21’s 6th Annual Walk For Freedom in Harrisburg, PA.

The 3-mile walk begins at 10:00AM at the Harrisburg Capitol steps. Registration opens at 9AM. Following the walk, hear from speakers and representatives that work with survivors of human trafficking. For those driving to the event, the South Street Garage will be available, as well as metered parking along State Street.  There will also be a shuttle running from Christian Life Assembly from 8:30-9:30AM.