Tomorrow's Hope Campaigns with HOPE 130 Movement

on Monday, August 25, 2014 Posted in Stories, Happenings, Human Trafficking

Tomorrow’s Hope is a sex trafficking intervention and prevention ministry of the Transformation Network, a 501(c)(3) ministry focused on bringing transformation through prayer and acts and of justice. In 2011, the Tomorrow’s Hope initiative was birthed in honor of a 17-year-old sexually exploited girl who was brutally killed by a predator looking for young prostitutes.

The Portland Metro area from southwest Washington to the sleepy suburbs south of the city has a problem; it has become a hub for the sexual exploitation of children and women. Young girls are enticed, seduced and recruited by pimps at our malls, school, at parties, in public transit, under age clubs, parks and through social media.

To combat this systematic abuse, the organization has launched HOPE 130, a monthly giving program. With 130 people giving $20.00 a month, 3 outreach teams, 3 safe houses and 9 investigators and researchers are supported. Beyond individuals, churches and organizations are invited to join in as well, to combat the sex trade in Portland.

Watch the video above and check out the great work being done by Tomorrow's Hope!