Our mission is to provide safety, healing, empowerment, equipping, and education to those who are vulnerable to or victims of sex trafficking.
To make a lasting impact on individual lives, families, and communities adversely affected by human sex trafficking.
what we do
We provide support to children, women, and men who have been trafficked and sexually abused/exploited. We address the needs of individuals and families from a holistic standpoint by providing assistance, resources, education, training, counseling, medical assistance, basic necessities, and mentorship.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS A GLOBAL ISSUE
OUR WORK IN RWANDA
We have partnered with a startup school in a rural village of Rwanda called Muhozi. The purpose of this school is to help educate children in that area who normally would not be able to attend school because of poverty and a lack of resources. We believe that education is one step in helping break the cycle of poverty and human trafficking. We are currently in the process of helping them build classrooms. As of now, they have 3 completed classrooms that serve 127 students.
OUR WORK IN THE PHILIPPINES
Since 2012, we have worked with women and children in the Philippines who have been sexually abused, exploited, and/or trafficked. In 2019 we bought land and in 2021 we finished building the first home/aftercare shelter for boys that were sexually abused/trafficked in the Philippines.
We are currently preparing to open a girls home as well that will help us to fill in a large gap in services for child survivors by providing sibling care. This home is a safe home for girls that have been rescued from sex trafficking. Since our boys home and girls home are near one another, siblings rescued together do not have to be separated to prevent further trauma after rescue.
We hold about 25 to 30 educational events every month with our volunteer based outreach team that raises awareness about sexual abuse, sex trafficking, and other related topics. Our outreach programs also provide basic necessities for those affected by poverty and natural disasters. This prevents those who are in extremely vulnerable circumstances from becoming exploited and trafficked.