10th Annual Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip | House of Cars

November 22nd, 2018 by

On New Year’s Day, in front of hundreds of spectators and multiple media outlets over 100 Dipsters clad in
creative costumes will jump into a large hole cut out of a frozen lake to raise critical awareness and funds for the global epidemic of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

House of Cars is proud to be a participant and donor for this great cause, and here’s why.

– Today, 45 million people live in slavery, more than any other time in history.
– 80% of trafficked victims are female, 50% are children. 77% are trafficked for sex slavery.
– The average age victims are coerced into a life of sexual exploitation in Canada is 13.

The Icebreaker Polar Dip truly helps make a difference, and we have some fun while we’re doing it! Take a look at some of the brave House of Cars souls that made it into the icy waters last year.

About The Calgary Icebreaker Polar Dip:
Founded by the philanthropic volunteer group Old Guys in Action, the Calgary Icebreaker has raised hundreds
of thousands of dollars over its ten year history and has brought the issue of human trafficking and sexual
exploitation to the forefront, giving Canadians a practical and immediate way to respond.

Click here to learn more about the the group Old Guys in Action.

The next Polar Dip will be held on January 1, 1pm at the Mahogany Home Owner’s Association Beach Club in Calgary, Alberta.

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