Outstanding people have one thing in common: An absolute sense of mission.
To inspire a culture against the evils of sex trafficking and renew the lives of women who have survived it.
It is no small task to re-open the eyes of someone who has been brutally victimized by an evil that almost none of us can fathom. But that is our mission!
We do not see these amazing women as victims; instead, they are survivors. They have survived “the life” and they are working to see life from a new, hopeful perspective. Our goal is to give them every chance to see it by removing some of the barriers through ongoing counseling, community, training and a healthy dose of love and care.
It is a hopeful mission. We have the opportunity to be on the light side of a dark circumstance. What a great mission. Please join us on this quest. Learn more about sex trafficking, remember that it exists right in your own community and you have a chance to make a real difference. Thank you for considering Renew Hope.
Native American women are at particular risk. In 2016, a reported 506 Native American women disappeared or were killed in American cities. In Phoenix, another of the top trafficking jurisdictions in the US, it was estimated that 40% of sex trafficking victims in 2015 were Native American.