Served in the U.S.
We were excited to learn that Crisis Aid was battling sex trafficking in St. Louis as well as around the world. The more we learned, the more we knew that they were the organization we wanted to support. All profit from the sale of Monarch Jewelry and accessories goes to Crisis Aid’s St. Louis Refuge Home. We are grateful to help support them as they work to set captives free!
It has been an honor to partner with Crisis Aid in touching the lives of so many people in such unbelievable circumstances. When I read the reports and see the pictures of those who have been rescued from the grips of hell and destruction, I weep and give praise to our Lord for Pat Bradley and Crisis Aid. We are privileged to be a part of it all.
The gentleman who started and runs Crisis Aid attends my church. We’ve held multiple fundraisers for the organization, and Pat has spoken at church multiple times. He and all involved are people of integrity and honesty. I have nothing but respect for them.
I have been connected to Crisis Aid for many years. They are an amazing organization that ministers to such a wide variety of needs, from rescuing young women from sex trafficking here and in East Africa, to providing food, medical assistance, freshwater, the list is endless. They are and do what they say they are. They continually “help the helpless.” I am blessed to volunteer for their local food pantry and love every minute of the experience, witnessing the heartfelt caring and true dedication of the Crisis Aid Organization!
I had the honor to spend a week with the founder of Crisis Aid International in East Africa to experience first hand all the work they have been doing over there for 15 years now. I was blown away at the breadth of their organization and the huge positive impact that they are making in the lives of the local people. I can personally validate that every dollar given to Crisis Aid towards one of their projects is either literally saving a life or changing someone’s life forever. This organization is going into areas of East Africa where there are no other organizations providing aid. The best way I can describe it is that they’re going into the heart of darkness and shining a light of hope so that these wonderful people can start dreaming instead of just surviving. It’s beautiful. It’s a privilege for me to be supporting this organization.
I had the opportunity to go on a trip to Ethiopia with Pat and his team in 2019. To say that the trip was a life-changing experience would be an understatement. The amount of work that they have accomplished and the additional projects and programs that ramping up are amazing. The people they serve are living in some of the most desperate situations in the world. Without the love and care, Crisis Aid provides them I don’t know where they would be. I love their mission of saving lives, saving souls, and changing futures. I was lucky enough to see them live that mission out!
Crisis Aid is an extraordinary nonprofit! They do exactly what they say they do and then go above and beyond. Feeding the starving and malnourished. Providing clean water to those who draw out of a mud hole. Saving women from being abused sexually with no hope of ever getting out!!! They use every dime to it’s utmost benefit for those truly in need. I am humbled and honored to be able to be apart of Crisis Aid International.