Our Impact

1.5 million USD distributed in Fiscal Year 2018

Grant support given for 8 families and 16 organizations

Program portfolio included 13 countries, reaching 5 continents





  • 390 music therapy sessions provided for refugees, hospice patients, and child bereavement 


  • Outreach to 1611 sex workers

  • 173 women received support services at a drop-in center

  • 104 children of sex workers were registered in a weekly education and prevention program

  • 8 former sex workers received vocational training


  • 9 women who had been trafficked received comprehensive support services including housing, medical, counseling, social work, and job training

  • Contact and support services offered for 1000 women in the sex industry

  • 2,300 students participated in an extensive sex trafficking prevention program; 2,260 conversations with sex workers in Outreach program


  • 34 children with special needs received comprehensive care, education, and family support services

  • Social work services and home support for 35 permanent foster care homes and 186 children who have been abandoned, abused, or orphaned.

  • Permanent housing, education, medical coverage, and holistic care for 30+ orphaned or abandoned children





  • 1049 refugee families received monthly food coupons

  • 111 children with special needs and 1130 family members received services such as physical therapy, education, equipment, and family support


  • 78 women received care after being repatriated from sex trafficking; 16 women received residential long-term care; 9 women that were reintegrated back into society

  • 1228 victims of violence through burning received treatment including 30 reconstructive surgeries, 305 dressing changes, 297 legal cases, counseling, and job training

  • 566 children from families living in slum areas received a scholarship for accredited education

  • Emergency medical support and hospital services for a cost-free clinic located in Asia’s largest redlight district that sees an average of 300 exploited sex workers each month

  • Housing, food, medical care, spiritual care, and education for 75 children previously living on the streets or with mother living in nearby brothel and working in sex slavery

  • 300 abandoned elderly were taken in and given a home and comprehensive care


$1,579,749.49 total given in Fiscal Year 2018

Individual Basic Living Needs Scholarships $55,868.04

Human trafficking $203,338.10

Education $329,404.57

Orphaned or abandoned children $313,129.44

Refugees $106,675.15

Burn Treatment & Surgical Center $232,543.94

Abandoned Elders $175,700.86

Music Therapy $66,076.50

Individual Education Scholarships $62,821.54

Individual Medical Scholarships $34,182.35