We exist to rescue and restore victims of sexual slavery through the love and power of Jesus Christ.
In 2014, we ministered to over 34,000 women and children impacted by sexual slavery.
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What is Project Rescue?
We exist to rescue and restore victims of sexual slavery through the love and power of Jesus Christ.Our Mission
Every one of the affiliated ministry sites has a unique blend of programs to meet the needs of their context.Learn More
Our Holistic Approach
Our multifaceted programs aim to provide a safe environment for transformation and growth.
A Story of Hope – Eurasia
Alisha grew up in a village in western India that practices child sacrifice. Despite being chosen for sacrifice at the...
Project Rescue currently works with 13 affiliated ministry sites scattered across France, Spain, Bangladesh, Tajikistan, Moldova, Nepal, and India with a continued vision for growth.
Project Rescue is fulfilling the mandate of Isaiah 58:6, “Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice and untie the cords of the yoke, to set the oppressed free and break every yoke."
— Hal Donaldson, Founder/director Convoy of Hope
I have had the privilege of working with Project Rescue for many years. They are truly making a difference in the world by impacting human trafficking. I love how they are so thoroughly involved from start to finish to minister in the lives of those rescued.
— Dary Northrop, Senior Pastor, Timberline Church, Fort Collins, CO
Human trafficking is one of the great scourges of our time. David and Beth Grant and Project Rescue provide a valuable service to girls and children by giving them HOPE that can only be found in Jesus and the life-giving message of the Gospel. This is a trustworthy ministry that is worth supporting.
— Omar Beiler, Eurasia Regional Director
Recently I visited with a woman who had received ministry in a Project Rescue home. I’ll never forget her asking me, “Would I be accepted in your church?” That day the issue of human trafficking became a person. I don’t just want to partner with Project Rescue; I must partner with Project Rescue to see hurting women find hope, healing, and restoration.
— Rod Loy, Senior Pastor, First Assembly, Little Rock, AR
There are many ways to engage in the fight against sexual slavery and help Project Rescue bring healing to the lives of those we serve.
Life changing freedom does not happen without prayer. Pray for freedom and healing for victims, survivors, staff, and those who exploit.Join Prayer Team
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