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FEATURE: Fall Fundraising Dinner

You are invited to an evening of Fundraising, Awareness, and Action.

We are excited to celebrate the many lives God has changed with your help and to look toward the many more lives that will be safe and free in the future.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Thursday, October 11, 2018
6:30 p.m. // Cocktails + Connect
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. // Dinner + Program
Ivy Hall, The Vickery Room
85 Mill Rd, Roswell, GA


What is Modern Slavery?

Human Trafficking is also known as Modern Slavery

Definition: Exploitation that a person cannot refuse or leave because of threats, violence, coercion, abuse of power or deception.

Modern slavery includes labor, forced or child marriage, sex slavery.

Why are girls the most vulnerable to slavery?

Girls are considered a burden on family resources in communities where slavery is the highest. So, she becomes a commodity.

98% of sex slaves are females.

Where is Modern Slavery most prevalent?

India tops the list with 18.5 million slaves – mostly women and children.

How We Work


We equip women and girls who are at extreme risk of slavery to be free, informed and self-sustaining. Equipping includes: literacy, micro-business skills, loans, anti-trafficking awareness and God’s view of her worth.


We station local teams in places where girls are likely to be trafficked: slums, red light districts, source villages, conflict zones and refugee camps to befriend girls and help them navigate to freedom.


We bring girls to She Is Safe-sponsored restoration homes where they experience spiritual nurture, counseling, and job training to build whole new lives.

Click here to see how you can help.

12 Month Impact

rescued women and girls received shelter and counseling.
people trained to prevent abuse and trafficking.
women and girls gained life-freeing skills to prevent exploitation.
at-risk children set on a path to freedom and safety.
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Your Help Can Make One Free.

With your help, this could be the day that she begins her journey to freedom.
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