Cinergy Entertainment Group Donates $30,000 to Anti-Trafficking Organization

Cinergy Entertainment Group, today announced that the company has donated $30,000 to the anti-trafficking organization, Jaco Booyens Ministries (JBM), as a result of the Amarillo, Copperas Cove, Granbury, Marble Falls, Midland, Odessa and Tulsa communities coming together to visit their local Cinergy Family Entertainment Centers and Dine-In Cinemas to see Sound of Freedom! For the first two weeks of the theatrical release of the film, Cinergy donated $1 from each ticket sold.

“The care and heart displayed by Cinergy for children who are being trafficked will have an immediate and direct impact on rescuing and caring for victims exploited through human trafficking,” said Jaco Booyens - Abolitionist Founder of Jaco Booyens Ministries an Anti Human Trafficking Non Profit Organization. “The Cinergy financial support will further directly impact rescues, as well as active investigations into human trafficking networks. We are most appreciative of Cinergy for assisting us to positively impact the lives of the afflicted.”