Reclaim13 trains and equips caring adults in our most at-risk communities to be effective Abolitionists against child sex trafficking.
All of our programs are already having a significant impact on the lives of young victims or those at risk of becoming victims, but it’s going to take a huge commitment of resources to sustain and continue our impact into the future. In order to keep our programs running, we must rely heavily on the generosity of donors like yourself.
We believe that everyone has something to contribute to the fight. Whether it be time, money, prayers, gifts, or sheer determination, together we have what it takes to stand up and create a movement to abolish sexual abuse forever.
You can safely donate online using the “Donate Now” buttons or contact us and we’ll work with you directly: email@example.com.
Below are examples of how your donation can directly impact these girls reclaim their path of hope and healing.
$25 can provide:
One day of meals for a survivor of exploitation.
$120 ($10/mo) can provide:
A “welcome basket” filled with items such as a robe, slippers, stuffed animal, and blanket to each girl when a new girl arrives at the safe house.
$360 (30/mo) can provide:
Two compassion bags that law enforcement partners and volunteers can provide to an vulnerable child with change of clothing, basic toiletries, blanket, water bottle and gift cards for food. These items can bridge the gap and build trust with a child on the street.
$600 ($50/mo) can provide:
Emergency shelter for a victim of human trafficking while she is waiting for a safe place to heal.
$1200 ($100/mo) can provide:
Provide home schooling materials and tutoring services for a high school education program for one girl living in the safe house for 6 months.
$3000 ($500/mo) can provide:
Provide individualized therapies including group therapy, individual therapy, substance abuse therapy, and art/music therapy for six months.
"Our fight against human trafficking is one of the great human rights causes of our time, and the United States will continue to lead it—in partnership with you. The change we seek will not come easy, but we can draw strength from the movements of the past. For we know that every life saved—in the words of that great Proclamation—is 'an act of justice'; worthy of 'the considerate judgment of mankind, and the gracious favor of Almighty God'."
—President Barack Obama