$30 could provide a single mom in America with essential toiletries when she first enters into our care.
$40 could provide study materials for a 6-year-old girl in Thailand who was being forced to beg on the streets.
$70 could provide medical treatment to an elderly Ukrainian man who suffered physical trauma while being trafficked.
$150 could provide for the training or education necessary for a young boy in Bulgaria to achieve his dreams of becoming an electrician.
$200 could provide temporary housing for a teenage girl in Greece who is just starting to gain the confidence to live independently.
Your giving can provide survivors with basic needs, new beginnings, and the assistance they need in seeking justice against their traffickers.