Supporting Project Rescue

April 7, 2008

Estimates of women and children trafficked across international borders each year range from 800,000 to four million. In the United States alone, the U.S. State Department estimates that as many as 18,500 men, women, and children are trafficked into the U.S. each year, many for sexual exploitation.

Each quarter, we are challenging our students to give of themselves.
Last night in our youth service, we challenged our students to give towards Project Rescue in a special offering on Sunday, April 27.

What are some missions organizations do you give to?

3 responses to Supporting Project Rescue

  1. reverseyourworld April 7, 2008 at 1:57 pm

    we challenge students to group together with 3 or 4 friends and support compassion international. you can sponsor a kid for as little as $32. it is great our students love it.

  2. sup twitter buddy. had to leave a line here…my non-profit’s name is Project Rescue. i assist in foreclosure prevention. thanks for the comment. have a great day.

  3. We are involved with World Vision and with a ministry to Darfur. Project Rescue looks like something we are going to have to check out as well.