We held a charity gala at the Marriott Tucson Star Pass Resort on September 6, 2019. It was a tremendous success, and we want to thank all of our dedicated volunteers for their help in making it possible!
See more photos from the event on our Facebook page.
Officer Sarah Haught’s career in law enforcement really began in the pages of mystery novels.
“Nancy Drew gave me a fire for mystery and solving that kind of stuff,” says Haught, a Tucson police officer.
Her goal has always been to help people, but the Arizona native says she originally intended to work at a federal agency such as the FBI. Her job in local law enforcement — at the Tucson Police Department — was only supposed to be a stop along the way.
Tucson Police Department Officer Sarah Haught’s goals are so crucial, she received the Public Service Champion award at the 2019 Women of Influence celebration while still in the process of completing them. While onstage receiving her award, she thanked her friends, family and God, and promised to continue fighting to help victims of sex trafficking.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – Unsung Heroes honorees for 2018:
Sarah Haught is the founder of Beauty From Ashes Ranch. Sarah is responsible for the vision, strategy and facilitation of the team behind Beauty From Ashes Ranch. Whether it is missionary work overseas, coordinating memorial events for fallen soldiers, or working with the Special Olympics, Sarah has always given her time, faith and love to others. During her time working in the sex trafficking unit, Sarah saw that the biggest need to truly help the victims was to build a long term holistic care facility in order for them to fully escape and heal from their traumatic past. Sarah was always taught by her parents growing up, “See a need and fill it”.
PER Wayne Burns honoring 1st responders from Tucson Police Officer Sarah Haught (10 yrs), Northwest Fire District Captain Josh Zent (15 yrs)