What We Do
We provide emergency needs for human trafficking survivors, such as food, clothing, and rent deposits. We also offer mentoring and emotional support for survivors in transition. Currently, we are working with around 30 survivors in the 6 county area. Needs vary greatly!
We are also available to share awareness trainings. We have been able to share in churches, schools, community groups, colleges, events, conferences, meetings, concerts, and just about anywhere. Contact us about coming! We can provide Trafficking 101 trainings as well as in-depth training too. Email Kelly King to schedule a date.
What You Can Do
Each of these items below help us greatly in the war on modern slavery. Thank you for taking action.
• Give $25 Walmart gift cards to help with gas, clothes, and toiletries
• Buy one of our t-shirts
• Schedule and organize a speaker to attend your club, group, church to speak on Human Trafficking awareness
• Donate $50 to sponsor a survivor’s monthly encouragement package: Boost Boxes
• Donate new toiletries and household goods
• Volunteer to assemble and mail boxes, deliver household goods, organize donations, event planning, transportation help, and many other things. For more information or to help, fill out the form below.
Boost Box Program
After spending the last few years working alongside these sweet survivors, we realized that a great way to keep encouraging them along their healing journey would be a special surprise box of goodies. We have decided to trial run this program for the 2017 year, and results are through the roof. The ladies receiving the boxes are blown away and so very thankful. We've heard GREAT feedback so far!
October 2017 box information:
Meet Kelly King
I want people to know that human trafficking isn’t all about kidnapping, chains, the super bowl or the movie “Taken.” It is happening in a way that is very preventable. Human trafficking is all about people using other people for their benefit. It is a parent selling their kids for heroin, it’s a new best friend or boyfriend talking a young person into leaving her dysfunctional family for a “better life” and finds herself forced into prostitution, and it’s an impoverished foreigner who applies for a US job only to find himself in a position of agricultural slavery. This is all happening right here in NW Ohio.