You Can Make Dreams Come True
The children in our care, much like you and I, have big dreams for their futures. Our aftercare teams work tirelessly every day helping each one of them seek and pursue their full potential. When you support Destiny Rescue, not only are you setting lives free from exploitation, you are empowering bright and amazing futures. You are changing lives, destinies, and generations to come!
Its team’s vision is to play a leading role in ending the sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in our lifetime.
We currently operate rescue, aftercare, and prevention programs in countries around the world and raise funds and awareness in three nations.
Since 2011, we have rescued more than 5200 people enslaved around the world, helped keep hundreds more from entering the sex trade through our various prevention programs, ensured justice for those who have been wronged, and raised awareness to an untold number of people. We will continue to expand to reach even more trafficked victims in the days ahead!
Our primary focus is on children, but, while we work to save them, we often encounter enslaved adults who need help. We also meet and help victims of other types of human trafficking.
Destiny Rescue is aware human trafficking is a global problem. Its team is determined to respond to God’s call to free captives worldwide until no more children are sold, forced, or coerced into the sex trade. Destiny Rescue is fully committed to fighting for their freedom, restoration, and futures.
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