When Dao was only fourteen years old, a friend recruited her to work at a karaoke bar so that she could earn money to help her impoverished family. After a short time the owner of the bar forced her into prostitution. When police raided the karaoke bar, Dao was immediately placed at a high-security survivor care campus for protection and treatment.
We are standing up to a darkness, but one at a time, we trust that we can make a difference and the darkness can not overcome the light.
Sacramento is one of the leading trafficking cities in the United States and we are hoping to make a difference for 100 girls this month. We know that this time of year is cold and miserable to be doing some of the things that they are forced to do. $21 will help to get a small healing personal kit for one girl. These kits will be distributed to the girls that are either already in the trafficking program, or are reaching out for help online.
Please be in prayer that we can break the chains of opression and that God would be felt in a real way by this endeavor.
The Laguerre family
Follow this campaign to get email notifications when the campaign owner posts an update.
Click the Pray button to let the campaign owner know you are praying for them.