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!
Danielle and her colleagues at ISU planned a Spikeball® Tournament for a class project. They enjoy Spikeball so they knew it would be perfect! $941 was raised at the event!
We love when a buisness wants to give back by supporting our mission! The sales of these items will go towards sex trafficking survivors so they can live in freedom and recovery.
Green Belt Bank & Trust made Wings of Refuge their January Awareness Partner and brought knowledge to their staff and customers about human trafficking. GBB&T raised $500 and matched it for a total of $1000!
Kinetic Edge Physical Therapy in Ames doubled last year's donation to $1000. They transform lives and restore hope.
Kerri VanEe at Essence Aesthetics and Health is doing what she loves (providing confidence treatments with medical aesthetics) to fight what she hates (sex trafficking) $500 donation!
Community members arranged this fun and festive holiday event for people to tour homes in Boone which raised $13,665!
Johnathan, owner/trainer of Truth Performance was led on a positive path so he wanted to give $300 through his business.
Roger and Susan Parker hit a bullseye on their first first annual Target Trafficking - 3D Archery Shoot! This event raised over $30,000 to provide opportunities for survivors!
Adelaide (9) and Mercy (7) ran a lemonade and goodies stand together during the summer. Each week they donated half the money to Wings and half to the homeless.
The 2021 2nd Judicial District Dept of Correctional Services golf outing raised $13,865 to provide opportunities for survivors of sex trafficking!
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.