Reclaim13 trains and equips caring adults in our most at-risk communities to be effective Abolitionists against child sex trafficking.
We believe that every individual has the ability to make a difference in the fight for justice. Sometimes, it is just a matter of finding one’s role and sometimes it is just a matter of getting equipped.
There are many ways in which you can get involved in our part at Reclaim13:
Know the signs of abuse and/or exploitation so you can identify kids who need help.
Join our prayer team and become a part of our 24-hour wall to end sexual exploitation.
Donate. A $25/month donation for one year pays for a day of holistic healing for a girl at Cherish House, a long-term residential home for commercially sexually exploited girls. This cost is less expensive than keeping a child in a juvenile detention facility or a substance abuse rehabilitation facility.
You can help spread the word about preventing child sex trafficking and the value of a child to your school district, youth group, or aftercare program. Our speakers are prepared to reach preschool through 8th grade children. Through speaking engagements at schools and organizations, we hope to equip children and parents with an empowering message to help them identify unhealthy, harmful relationships and know what to do to prevent child sex trafficking.
We can also provide informational talks and training on Human Trafficking. Click below to fill out an informational form for your upcoming event.
Do you want to help? We are committed to continuing to be a volunteer driven organization. Check out our volunteer teams to see if one fits your areas of skills and gifts. Then fill out a volunteer application, and we will work with you to match your talents and skills with available volunteer opportunities. Contact us for more information or click below to fill out the form:
"Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable...Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals."
—Martin Luther King, Jr.