Street Ransom’s Partners:
Bringing an end to sex trafficking in our community and country will not happen overnight–and it certainly cannot be achieved on our own.
Check out these nonprofit organizations that have joined us in the fight against sex trafficking.
New Creation combats human trafficking through prevention education, awareness, design, and the hope of Christ. To help secure freedom for victims, New Creation took over a porn shop and transformed it into a shoppe that sells survivor-made and fair trade items.
What began as the dream of a college student to make a difference in the lives of sexually exploited girls in the red light areas of Bangkok, Thailand has grown into a global effort to bring freedom and do justice for trafficked and exploited women and children.
Wellspring Living helps domestic sex trafficking victims and the ‘at risk’ develop the courage to move forward and the confidence to succeed. Through the years, Wellspring has effectively modeled what this looks like and has mentored Street Ransom to do the same.
Global Partners in Peace and Development shows and shares God’s love to the abandoned, suffering, unreached, and oppressed in several countries around the world. Global Partners also supports nonprofit organizations that fight against sex trafficking.
True Mission is a long-term residential program for minor girls who have been exposed to or have been a victim of domestic sex trafficking. They believe in taking a gospel-centered approach to long-term care that aims to empower and free victims.
Built around biblical truth and Christian brotherhood, Proven Men is dedicated to helping men break free from porn or sexual addiction and lead lives of sexual integrity. They recognize that viewing porrn is not only harmful to the viewer, but it drives the demand for sex trafficking.
SARA is the sexual assault crisis center for the Roanoke Valley. All of their services are free, confidential, and voluntary for anyone who has been impacted by sexual violence. These services include a 24-Hour Crisis Hotline, Counseling, Advocacy, and Educational Programming.