Restore Her Heart

End the Trafficking of Women and Girls.

Human trafficking is a problem in the U.S. and around the world, affecting the most vulnerable: children who are in foster care, homeless, struggling with mental health issues, part of the LGBT community, or sexually abused. Women and girls account for 98% of victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation (International Labour Organization Report). Support Restore Her Heart to protect, rescue and empower women and girls here in the U.S. and around the world.

The Impact

Together we can help the hundreds of thousands of children and women who are trafficked each year, including:

  • Serving and providing housing for 46,000  homeless and trafficked youth annually
  • Training community leaders and providing mental health resources and support to help victims of trauma finding healing and recovery
  • Advocating for long-term legislation to keep youth off the streets and provide them guidance to live successful, independent futures

What You Can Do

  • Start a workplace giving campaign or include Restore Her Heart in your current campaign.
  • Pledge a gift or dedicated match to the cause.
  • Increase employee engagement by offering our Human Trafficking resources to raise awareness, learn more or volunteer.
  • Involve your customers and community through cause marketing.

Rose’s Story

Rose was kidnapped off a city street by two men. One pushed Rose in the car and punched her in the face. He would later become her pimp. Rose’s life quickly spiraled into a nightmare of exploitation, rape and servitude. Rose wanted to fight back, but he threatened to kill her family. He reminded her that he knew her address – and what her little sister looked like.

Finally, an old friend recognized Rose and helped her run to a relative’s house. Unable to reconnect with her family or friends, Rose became homeless. She spent three nights on buses before entering the city shelter system. Thankfully, she found Covenant House. Rose can still barely stand to be touched, almost three years after escaping. But she is learning how to heal – slowly but surely.