Once rescued from the horrors of child trafficking or child abuse, physical relief can be found. But the emotional torture and enslavement does stop with intervention. On Giving Tuesday 2013, and every other day of the year your giving and volunteerism can now have an enormous impact on those rescued from human trafficking, child abuse and bullying.
Across the U.S. and around
How far is too far when helping a still traumatized teen child abuse survivor? How far is too far in reaching out to catch a young man aging out of foster care that is not prepared to care for himself? We have heard the cliché statements like “Pay it Forward” and, “What Would Jesus Do?” Constant trauma from severe abuse was never addressed and they are years behind in school. We ask, how does an 18 year old get a job and begin caring for themselves alone under such emotional
Ark of Hope for Children and our UnChained Project began a 5 week fundraising Challenge sponsored by Ryot News on Crowdrise on August 19, 2013. Please donate to help us raise the most funds by September 24 so we can get part of $200k in bonus money from the ...
Hey wonderful Ark of Hope supporters we need your help. Monday, August 19, 2013 we start a 5 week online fundraiser. It will be a huge shot in the arm to our brand new UnChained Project, which is a localized outreach to survivors of child abuse, human trafficking and bullying on a global scale. This can help raise localized compassion for those we serve through our
Ark of Hope is so grateful to Stephanie and the staff at The Castaways on the River for such a peaceful, relaxing getaway. We could not have been treated any better and we highly encourage anyone to stay. It is nestled in next to the St Johns River in the small town of Astor, Florida in the north east part of the state.
Whether you live in this fine state as we do or you are driving through Florida and have a couple of days where you need to just relax and perhaps
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