skip to Main Content

Norma

Unemployment and job reduction in our nation are at an all-time high. Many in our communities are finding themselves in situations they have never experienced before. The need for help with food for many is just one example. Yet there are others in our communities that are eager to help during these unprecedented times.

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.

U.S. Refuge Home – A Taskforce Impact

Crisis Aid is one of a few organizations in the world which have a physical full-time presence in a police department to support victims of sex trafficking. The situation is real. Thousands of young women and children having everything: their innocence, their bodies, their spirit, their hope, their families, sometimes even their very lives ripped away from them. This is the reality of what children and young adult sex trafficking victims are experiencing in our communities day in, day out.

Help Us Give To 200 Students

Will you help us give backpacks to 200 students who live below the poverty line St. Louis Missouri? YOU ARE THE DIFFERENCE! In partnership with Confluence Academy in St. Louis where 97% of the children and families survive below the poverty level, you will be an incredible blessing to these precious families who need your help. The impact you are making by giving and sponsoring the needs of one child at a time will enable us to give a tangible expression of Jesus Christ's love and care.

Help Make Her Someday Start Today

You can help make her SOMEDAY start today. There are more than 244,000 American children at risk of being trafficked each year. These are not children in a far-off land, but children from our own backyard. Our Refuge home in the U.S. has had the unique privilege of serving these girls caught in the horrors of trafficking. Some are children and some are adults that have been trafficked for many years.

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.
Back To Top