Rapha House Safehouse Project
Building safehouses for rescued children is not an option or a luxury. It’s a necessity.
Think about it. Often these children have been rescued from criminals—criminals who will prostitute children. These children can’t simply return home and hope to be safe and recover from their trauma. Sometimes it’s simply impossible for them to go home because their families were complicit in their trafficking in the first place. So rescued children need a safe place to recover and start down the path towards a new life. That’s what you provide when you give to our Safehouse Project.
Our goal for 2012 is to complete two new safehouses—one in Cambodia and the other in Thailand.
Both are situated in hotbeds of trafficking. And both will serve rescued children for years to come.
We need partners—churches, individuals, corporations and organizations—to join with us in our commitment to make lasting freedom a reality for rescued girls who often have no other good alternative.
Please join us in giving rescued girls a safe place to live and recover. Support our Safehouse Project »
Rescued children deserve a safe place to live.