DO WHAT YOU LOVE
TO FIGHT WHAT YOU HATE
We have an on-going campaign that inspires you to do something you love to stop human trafficking, spread awareness,
and promote the mission. The following examples have raised money to continue the fight #foronemoregirl!
Scroll down to the bottom and let us know what you want to do to fight what you hate!
Freshman at Des Moines Christian School did a "Take Action" project. Gabby and Emmi raised awareness for sex trafficking by selling bracelets to students, family, and friends raising $880.
Teens Against Human Trafficking Club in Ankeny organized a fundraiser to collect supplies for Wings of Refuge. The team collected items and $200 for the safe home.
Walnut Ridge Baptist Church Quilters group of six retired ladies crafted 5 beautiful quilts for future survivors in our Transitional Living Center.
Danielle Bartholic started Handicraftjoy while spending more time at home after derecho. She created ornaments for Christmas gifts and sold them raising $500 for Wings!
The St. Lawrence family loves Bernedoodles so much that they raise them! We recently received a check from them for $3000 to help fight sex trafficking.
Leanne West of Leanne's Styles & More and Jennifer Vermeys Jackson donated hair products, straighteners, and other items to survivors in the Wings home.
Two registries blessed the Wings kitchen with over $2000 worth of Pampered Chef items. The cupboards are full and the utensils are being used by sex trafficking survivors!
Katie Darby, volunteers, Boone area homeowners, and surrounding community members all participated in this holiday home tour which raised $6000.
Anne Crannell and her small group of 20 from New Hope Church - Adel were looking for a way to provide hands on service that their kids could participate in. They raked the entire TLC yard in an hour.
Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy in Ames donated $500 to Wings as part of their month of giving. Their company's mission is to transform lives and restore hope.
Heroic Hair and Heroic Ink partnered together by putting out tip jars in their businesses and raised $300 for Wings.
Sara made five custom 16x20 canvases to hang in the survivor rooms at the TLC. When Sara delivered the art to us she said, "I don't paint to make money, I paint to make a difference!"