Bringing rescue and restoration to vulnerable women and youth.

RAISED
$756,272.03
DAYS LEFT
4
GOAL
$850,000.00

URGENT NEED
Brick Factory Dorm - India

URGENT NEED
Brick Factory Dorm - India

Life at the brick factory can be terrifying for single young women that are trapped in a cycle of slavery. Every evening as the sun sets, their anxiety rises as they are unsure whether or not they will be the next victim of a violent attack.

Inaya  has been sexually abused numerous times because there is nowhere safe for her to sleep at night. Together we can do something to help Inaya and dozens of other women.

That is why we are urgently raising funds to build a women-only dorm on the brick factory grounds. This dorm will have enough space to provide shelter for at least 20 young women at a time, and will be armed with a security system to ensure their safety. We will also use the space to offer sewing classes at night so that the women can learn a skill that will allow them to be free from the brick factory.

 

The budget for this dorm is $120,000.
Your generous gift today will protect a young woman.

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Working to rescue, restore & empower teen moms as well as vulnerable women and youth so they can thrive according to God’s plan for their lives.

Step 1: RESCUE

When vulnerable women and youth find themselves shunned, rejected and abandoned by their entire community our team walks beside them providing the support and counseling needed for survival.

Step 2: RESTORE

When an individual  graduates from one of our vocational schools, they have the skills they need to support themselves and their families. Along with practical skills we aim to give each person life skills and spiritual healing as well. 

Step 3: RELEASE

Our end goal is that each person who goes through one of our vocational schools will be equipped with the skills they need to become self-sufficient. Some of our graduates decide to find employment while others open their own business.

Annual Impact

Annual Impact


A Vision for 2024 

 

Uganda

Our School of Purpose is growing rapidly!! This year we will...

  • Provide skills training for an additional 100 girls each year
  • Build two new classrooms in Luuka district 
  • Empower young women to start their own businesses 

 


Nepal 

This year we will build a new facility for our House of Hope. This space will...

  • Provide safety for over 30 women and their children every year 
  • Educate these women in both marketable and life skills
  • Provide a home-like environment for women and children  who are escaping situations of homelessness or abuse 
  • Offer therapy to facilitate mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. 

 


Malawi

Malawi is a transit route for human trafficking which is why we are building a safehouse that will: 

  • Rescue trafficking victims in transit
  • House 64 rescued trafficking victims a year
  • Train victims with marketable skills, significantly lowering their risk of being trafficked again in the future 

 


India

This year we aim to build a women’s dorm on the brick factory grounds that will: 

  • Protect young women from sexual abuse 
  • Train girls in tailoring 
  • Provide a protected and comfortable space where they can sleep without threat of violence

 

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A Vision for 2024 

 

Uganda

Our School of Purpose is growing rapidly!! This year we will...

  • Provide skills training for over 1000 girls
  • Build two new classrooms in Luuka district 
  • Empower young women to start their own businesses 

Additionally, we aim to provide medical care and counseling for over 1000 pregnant teens.


Nepal 

This year we will build a new facility for our House of Hope. This space will...

  • Provide safety for over 340 women and their children in the next 10 years 
  • Educate these women in both marketable and life skills
  • Provide a home-like environment for women and children  who are escaping situations of homelessness or abuse 
  • Offer therapy to facilitate mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. 

Malawi

Malawi is a transit route for human trafficking which is why we are building a safe-house that will: 

  • Rescue trafficking victims in transit
  • House 64 rescued trafficking victims a year
  • Train victims with marketable skills, significantly lowering their risk of being trafficked again in the future 

India

This year we aim to build a women’s dorm on the brick factory grounds that will: 

  • Protect young women from sexual abuse 
  • Train girls in tailoring 
  • Provide a protected and comfortable space where they can sleep without threat of violence

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Thrive Stories 

Maeghan

Maeghan’s journey from the slums to becoming the Chief Operations Officer at era92 Creative is a testament to the transformative power of opportunity. Maeghan grew up in the poverty stricken Kosovo slum in Uganda, but that did not stop her from dreaming big. Once she heard about the era92 Elevate program she decided that her life would not be consumed by drugs and crime, but rather she would get an education and support her family. After completing the program she was hired on staff, and through hard work, determination, and dedication she rose to a key role. Through the era92 program Maeghan went from surviving the slums to thriving as a Chief Operations Officer!

Rebecca 

Rebecca’s journey from teenage motherhood to academic triumph is a compelling testament of courage and determination. As a 13 year old girl Rebecca would make crafts and sell them for income. One of her clients defiled her resulting in a pregnancy. She was referred to live at the princess shelter where she was given all the healthcare needed to have a safe pregnancy and delivery. After giving birth Rebecca joined the School of Purpose to learn vocational skills and eventually returned to formal school to further her dream of becoming a lawyer. Through the School of Purpose Rebecca has gone from surviving teenage motherhood to thriving as a law student!

Ava 

Ava’s journey from nearly being prostituted to graduating formal education is a testament to the power of hope and love. Ava found herself in a position of needing money and a place to live so her friend offered her a job at a restaurant. After becoming employed she quickly realized that this was no ordinary restaurant, she had instead found herself working in a brothel. Before she could be taken advantage of, she was connected to our House of Hope. We immediately rescued her and gave her a safe space to stay where she learned essential life skills and was given the tools she needed to finish her education up to grade 12. She is now employed in a job that she loves. Ava went from surviving a brothel to thriving as a graduate!

Maeghan

Rebecca

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