Fundraising for the Future of The Cupcake Girls at Las Vegas First Friday

The Cupcake Girls, a Nonprofit Supporting Survivors of Sex and Human Trafficking,  Raise Funds at Las Vegas First Friday

Funds will help build new trauma-informed social impact hub

Local For All (LFA) invites the community to join them at the Las Vegas First Friday event on April 7, 2023 to raise money for The Cupcake Girls’ (TCG) community redevelopment project. TCG serves survivors of sex and human trafficking, as well as offers a safe, non-judgmental space to sex workers who are seeking self determination and self empowerment. TCG seeks to increase services available to program participants as well as partner with local businesses and organizations. Donations for this project will help transform a 7,600 sq. ft. space into a trauma-informed social impact hub, providing a holistic resource center, wellness space, event space, free store, co-working space, advocacy meeting rooms and headquarters for The Cupcake Girls organization. Asia Duncan, Local For All Director, is a  survivor of trafficking and domestic violence. Her goals include helping to facilitate the construction and fundraising for the hub, which will serve as a center assisting program participants in building comprehensive, holistic plans to help them pursue their goals and objectives, and working to ensure that TCG is matching the right solutions to the right individual, at the right time. Duncan will be in attendance to answer questions and share information about the LFA scope of work and TCG services offered. Visit her every First Friday while she raffles off prizes, fellowships with  the community , and organizes support for the build out and construction of Local For All. .


Donors can give online or contact Asia Duncan at to get involved with the community redevelopment project.


  • Who: Local For All, a project by The Cupcake Girls

  • What: Fundraising for the Future of The Cupcake Girls at Las Vegas First Friday

  • Where: 110 E Charleston, Arts District DTLV

  • When: 5-10 pm, April 7, 2023


“I have been in the community organizing with Las Vegas grassroots organizations as an advocate for over five years,” says Asia Duncan. “Building this hub will allow us to expand our services to program participants, partner with local businesses, and provide a safe, non-judgemental space for sex workers. This next step is critical in order to set TCG up for the next decade of service, and ensuring we create a space where all of our different partners can come together to provide services and needed resources not only to our program participants, but countless others in vulnerable and oppressed situations. It is exactly what is needed to build a stronger, more inclusive community.”