They were born in a brothel, destined to life as sexual slaves on G.B. Road, literally one of the darkest, saddest, most hopeless places on Earth. No notion of education. Or play. Nothing we associate with a “normal” childhood.
They’re not even really part of society; they’re commodities, bought and sold and discarded when no longer useful.
Where’s the hope in that?
It’s easy to look at kids in these deplorable conditions and feel hopeless, to believe nothing can be done, to think you and I can’t impact a place like G.B. Road. But…I know some kids who tell a different story.
I know some kids who were rescued from that terrible place, who now go to school and play and complain about homework. These kids – our kids – learn about the Jesus who held them in His hands from the moment they were born. They have the chance to live and grow in freedom, the chance to become productive adults in the society that once ignored and discounted them.
Our kids live in a HOME OF HOPE operated by Project Rescue. Certainly they face incredible challenges, but these children have something that once seemed impossible.
They have hope.
Our kids can look into a future of possibility and opportunity. And we get to partner with them, do a small part of supporting them and the missionaries who do the real work.
That’s why we ride bikes. We cycle to bring hope and freedom to kids rescued from human trafficking.
It’s why we ask you to join us. To donate. Or volunteer. Or pedal your bike.
Our kids aren’t commodities. They’re people, with dreams just like yours and mine. Will you join us and help give them the opportunity to follow those dreams?