We love Change Purse. They are a sister organization to us. One of the Peace Promise founders is also a founder of Change Purse. In their first year, they raised $25,000 to give to anti-trafficking organizations. They are vibrant, trendy, and God-fearing. Consider inviting them to an event.
Soaps by Survivors is a God breathed opportunity of hope for those caught in the wreckage of sexual exploitation. We offer a 100% survivor made product line of all natural bath & beauty products. All proceeds go directly to Peace Promise to support the ones we serve.
Exodus Cry has spurred us on in the area of prayer. We began as prayer warriors and believe so strongly in the power of prayer. This organization has history, vision, humility, and fruitfulness. We love what God has called them to and the way they inspire and empower others along the way, especially as it relates to prayer. We join them on Monday nights to focus on international prayer efforts. Please join Exodus Cry each week for the City in Focus. We also highly recommend their films, attending their annual Abolition Summit, and we encourage everyone to be inspired by them.
OEWM has given us courage and inspiration to move toward a walk-in center in Pennsylvania. They have two safe houses in North Carolina, serving ages 12 to 25. They , too, conduct strip club outreach and outbound calls to females posing as escorts but are often victims of sex trafficking. Many have been rescued and healed because of this organization. We feel a kindred spirit with them because the founder, Emily Fitchpatrtick shares a similar story to our own and because they rely on the power and grace of God exclusively as they work in this ministry.
Shores of Grace is a worship and missionary ministry headquartered in Brazil and led by Nic and Rachel Billman. Their focus is on setting those in prostitution free and walking them through restoration. They are taking the love of the Father to the poor and the broken and helping them see their true value. Shores is also equipping and serving the church in Brazil.
NIMBY is a grassroots organization dedicated to ending human trafficking in our own back yards and beyond. NIMBY partners with law enforcement, legislators, and abolitionists to alleviate the suffering of those victimized by trafficking. Bethany Woodcock and her husband Robert are tireless workers in God’s Kingdom. Their passion is to do all that they can to help eradicate human trafficking in their spheres of influence and to equip others to do the same.