Send support to rescued children
$6,950 of $71,000 raised
Over 50 children rescued from extremists. Will you help us support them?
These children deserved better. They were taken by evil people with evil intentions, but they are now in the care of our faithful Partners. We want to restore their faith in humanity. Will you help us reduce the trauma?
Some of the children are as young as six. We can only imagine the fear on their faces when they were taken from their families. Now they need to know that they are safe and loved. Our Partners do this naturally and instinctively, but there are costs involved and this is where you can partner with us and them.Your donation will help fund medical care, professional trauma therapy, counselling, meals, clothing, bedding, transport, hygiene and sanitation items as well as the provision of security, social workers and hired cooks.
US$71,000 is needed to cover the costs of 3 months of care for the children.
We know that this is a big number to ask for, but in 2017 and 2018, you generously stood up for other rescued children. Time and again we’ve seen how even the smallest contributions add up to make a big difference. Every moment matters and every drop counts.
Whatever amount you donate, rest assured that 100% of your money will immediately provide refuge while the children recover from the trauma they’ve experienced. Thank you for restoring light, love and meaning in their worlds. You’re a force for turning heartbreak into hope.
I don’t have a credit card – how else can I give?
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Are there any transaction costs?
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Is my donation secure?
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Is my donation tax-deductible?
Yes, all donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Can I donate to a specific cause?
Yes, simply send us an email with your specific requests.