Support abused, neglected and exploited children

Human trafficking of children refers to the exploitation of girls and boys, primarily for forced labor and sexual exploitation. Children account for 27% of all the human trafficking victims worldwide, and two out of every three child victims are girls. Trafficking can involve school-age youth, particularly those made vulnerable by challenging family situations, and can take a variety of forms including forced labor, domestic servitude, and commercial sexual exploitation. Children who have experienced trafficking may need medical and mental health services, a safe place to live, safety planning, and specialized counseling. Other types of child trafficking include forced begging or engaging in criminal acts, forced participation in armed conflict, illegal adoption, or forced organ removal for donation.

The Foundation raises money and offers financial support for abused, neglected, exploited, and ill children by providing funds for school supplies, clothing, and hosting special seasonal events, especially at Christmas time and Easter.

One effective approach is providing access to quality education. By investing in schools and educational programs in underserved communities, we can empower these children with the knowledge and skills they need to break the cycle of poverty. These interventions require significant resources and collaboration from various stakeholders, and community donations, which are essential for creating a more equitable society for underprivileged children.  Make your donation Count!

Contact the Foundation

Staci Reed
Executive Secretary
Phone: (832)594-8106

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