Provide comfort in a survivor’s
first moments of freedom.
Here are the young women and children you could be helping
from the bar in the Philippines where she’d been trafficked for sex, she feared she’d spend all night in a police station surrounded by intimidating policemen, waiting to give her testimony. Instead, The Exodus Road’s caring staff were there to offer a mattress to rest on, soft pajamas, bottled water, and a meal.
had experienced the unimaginable when a trafficker in Thailand used her to create child sexual abuse material to sell online. It was utterly dehumanizing. When Kosum was removed from her abuser, simple essentials provided by The Exodus Road’s team — shampoo, soap, a towel, sanitary pads, a toothbrush, and toothpaste — made her feel human again.
After being confined to the dark world inside a dingy brothel in India,
Ira* was terrified when police suddenly flooded the space. But a social worker immediately rushed to her side, embracing her and reassuring her: “You’re safe now. You don’t have to be afraid.” The social worker stayed by her side for hours, holding her until she felt safe.
Ruth* was trafficked in Latin America from the ages of 13 to 16.
When she was freed by The Exodus Road’s investigators and police, Ruth was able to fulfill her dream of going back to school — equipped with a backpack full of school supplies that The Exodus Road’s staff bought just for her.
In the first moments of freedom, women and kids need the care of compassionate social workers.
They need practical support like food, water, transportation, and hygiene essentials. And they need the resources to walk into their new world with dignity, such as clothes and school supplies.
This is the difference your donation makes.
Will you give comfort and urgent support to young women and children just escaping sex trafficking?
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*Names and imagery are representative