What We Do
Our frontline partners are proven world changers who we have watched and learned from. We have prayerfully chosen to work with and donate to the following organizations:
We believe life-changing rescue for sexually exploited women is not a momentary or part-time enterprise. Yes, miracles happen. But genuine freedom with hope for a different future and dignity requires an intensive long-term commitment. Our multinational network of partners are committed to seeing Hope restored in the lives of survivors of sexual exploitation.
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a pioneer in human trafficking prevention. Working to unite people around the world by inspiring, informing, equipping and mobilising communities to know what human trafficking is, know how to identify it and know how to respond appropriately if they saw it
The LÜM Project is a partnership that was born out of friendship and need. Many of the women in Guatemala are talented and have learned weaving techniques from their mothers and grandmothers for many generations. Unfortunately, exploitation, poverty, sexual abuse, oppression, and lack of educational opportunities have created an environment of hopelessness for many women. The Lüm Project has given dignity, courage, empowerment and hope for the women involved in working on our team. We love to come together, to laugh, to cry, to pray, and to walk through this journey called life. Please join us and become part of our team by purchasing these beautiful products made by these precious women. We are so much better together!
We believe that lived experience must inform change.
We are leading the change-makers in our community and across the nation to end commercial sexual exploitation (CSE). Our research is used to reduce demand, convict traffickers, and decrease barriers for marginalized populations through evidence-based services.
The Epik Project is a 501(c)3 and was founded in 2012 as a response to the horrific reality of people being bought and sold for sex against their will.
Since then EPIK has become a national leader in the anti-trafficking movement. We do this with volunteer men who are well trained in the realities of sex trafficking and communicating with buyers at the point of purchase. These volunteers are the heart and soul of The EPIK Project and they’re making a difference!
A faith-based residential home on the front range of Colorado for girls age 12 up to 18 who have been rescued from sex trafficking. Sarah’s Home is licensed as a specialized group home through the state of Colorado. We offer healing, education, restoration, and reintegration for survivors of the forced commercial sex trade. They are currently constructing Daniel’s Home, a residential home that will exist to help boys who have found themselves victims of sex trafficking.
A municipal philanthropic initiative to create a formalized structure for charitable giving. This “in-house” approach to philanthropy allows the city to respond to strategic projects and community needs that fall outside the normal city budget priorities but are well-positioned for private funding.
In coordination with The Avery Center, and Coffeehouse Ten24, Beautry Renewed (bRe) workshops are initiated for people who've been exploited or are at risk. The workshops focus on creating sellable products, connecting with each other, learning new skills, and ultimately earning a living to support themselves and their families. We provide a sustainable path forward for these women to achieve their individual goals in life.