Our Work

Sex trafficking is a very real problem. While it is often misunderstood as a problem that only happens in far away places, it most certainly is not. Sex trafficking is happening everywhere, hiding in plain-sight, even in our beloved city of Madison.

We have no doubt that God has called us to this important work. Over the past 4 years of praying and planning we’ve seen God bring together a broad number of donors and a community of volunteers to work alongside of us as we work to serve the women in our community as they embrace a life of freedom and independence.

Here’s what we are working on right now:

  • Building community relationships with churches and other organizations supporting women
  • Looking for the perfect piece of land where we can break ground on our facilities
  • Raising funds to build our facilities and hire staff
  • Grow our monthly support team to sustain our work
  • Participating in a mentorship program with Wellspring Living
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Our Partnerships

We are proud to partner with other organizations who are committed to the freedom and care of women in our region.

Every Daughter

Every Daughter is a group of women from several churches around Dane County who meet regularly to contact and offer assistance to women who are sexually exploited & trafficked in our community.

Project Respect

Project RESPECT addresses domestic sex trafficking and local prostitution, offering services for survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

Breaking Free

Breaking Free helps women escape systems of prostitution and sexual exploitation through advocacy, housing, education and immediate action.This includes ending the demand through Men Breaking Free.

Wellspring Living

Wellspring Living is a non-profit organization in Atlanta, Georgia that provides domestic sex trafficking victims and those at risk with specialized recovery services through residential and community-based programs.

Damascus Road Project

Damascus Road is dedicated to fighting the evil of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. They are committed to bring awareness through educating, restoring and empowering the abused, and advocating for the prevention and abolition of human trafficking.