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The World I See – Crisis Aid

"I Don't Know Why You [Rescued Me] But You Saved My Life." THANK YOU - One of the greatest needs a human being has is to know that they are loved. That is what keeps bringing them back, sure the food is important but love is more important. To us we may be building a building, or giving food, or drilling a water well -- but to them: it is a miracle.  Often times things look impossible...but for us, we ask: "but how are we going to do this?" "REFUSE TO DO NOTHING" 

Sonjia’s Story: A rare look into a sex trafficking survivors life

Sonjia's story is a rare look at the real life of a sex trafficking survivor. This is the harrowing story of her fight to live, find help, health, healing, and restoration through the Crisis Aid U.S. Refuge Home. Together, because some chose to do something - we are making a difference! As a partner of Crisis Aid, thank you for helping us help Sonjia and so many others held captive by sex trafficking both in East Africa and in the U. S. Together, we are making a difference.

Thank You For Giving To Mercy Chapel Vocational Center Graduates

More than 140 Girls have now graduated!!! Girls who once were trafficked and trapped in the red light district, have GRADUATED from Crisis Aid’s Mercy Chapel Vocational Center with a degree designed to support them for the rest of their lives! These girl's lives are not only saved but free! Free with a new future, hope, and healing. Thank you for giving the gift of hope and freedom to these girls in desperate need! Here are Pat and a few of the girls in their own words wanting to say:  Thank you!

Jengo’s Story – Hope For Tomorrow

Meet Terenet. This is the beginning of his story, not the end. We stay connected to families we serve through the feeding programs across the regions we support. Over the years we watch the children who would most likely have died if it weren't for generous donations and people who refuse to do nothing. Now we see them not only surviving but thriving, growing, learning, and helping others. While visiting a new family in the feeding program in a very remote part of East Africa we came across a severely malnourished boy who also was a cripple - simply sitting on his mat. What happened after that is inspiring. This video highlights exactly what happens when we see a need.

Mercy Chapel Graduation

Mercy Chapel Vocational Training Center Graduation and Celebration. Girls, still trafficked in the red light district, are GRADUATING from Crisis Aid’s MERCY CHAPEL Vocational Center with a degree designed to support them for the rest of their lives! These girl's lives are not only saved but free! Free with a new future, hope, and healing. We invite you to be a part of their celebration!

Abject Poverty

Abject Poverty The most helpless level of poverty For those of you who have never experienced abject poverty, spend a moment thinking about those who have starved since birth. There is no emptiness that comes close. Every organ in the body suffers, craving sustenance. Sustenance starving children and their families cannot afford. It’s because of this grim reality that our mission of helping the helpless is paramount. And it’s impossible without your help.

Elsa’s Story of Redemption, Hope, and Restoration from Sex Trafficking

Meet Elsa, This is her story of redemption, hope, restoration, and potential from sex trafficking. She has a changed future because many refused to do nothing. As a partner of Crisis Aid, thank you for helping us help her and so many others held captive by sex trafficking both in East Africa and in the U. S. Together, we are making a difference. Will you choose to do something today to help others?

Christmas Stories and Joyful Refections

Seeing 38 families blessed with a Christmas is a joy I can't describe. Yesterday God did a work in my heart like only He can do. Hearing their stories and hearing how they would not be having a Christmas if it wasn't for yesterday is beyond humbling. {Because} it reminds me to be thankful for what my family does have, and it's humbling knowing God chose each one of us to be their help in this season. I watched sponsors provide toys for kids, clothes for kids and mom's and dads, shoes, electronics their parents can't afford, small appliances needed like toasters and microwaves, basic house cleaning supplies and toilet paper bc these families have hard times getting those things, gift cards for Christmas dinner groceries, and even a bed provided for a mom and dad that sleep on the couch and floor. The generosity and care that was poured onto these families was amazing and so touching.
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