Ministry Vision


dr_part1The Dominican Crisis…

Poverty rears its head in numerous forms around the globe, especially in the Dominican Republic. With a population exceeding 10 million people, over 34% of Dominican residents live on less than $2 per day. Concerning education, half of Dominican boys and 35% of Dominican girls drop out of school before their high school years. 55% of children born in the D.R. do not even have a birth certificate.

These constant struggles leave children susceptible to many of the effects of poverty, namely human trafficking. Consider these facts:

  • More than 20 million people are victimized by forced labor and sex trafficking globally.[i]
  • An estimated 1.2 million children are trafficked annually[ii]
  • Every 26 seconds someone is trafficked in the world.[iii]
  • Over 30,000 children are sexually exploited annually in Santo Domingo, the capital city of the Dominican Republic.[iv]




Our Response…


Our desire is that you would join us in establishing food centers to care for at risk children and in forming a rescue program that fights human trafficking. This will enable us to restore these rescued children and facilitate their development as independent, self-supporting, Christ-following adults. With your help, this rescue base will share resources with our self-sustaining orphanage that will be fully equipped to integrate these children into families.

Will you help us be the answer to the prayers of one Dominican child today?

Our Core Values…

Our Ministry Phases…


[i] (Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States 2013-2017, 2014)

[ii] UNICEF. (March 2011). Child protection from violence, exploitation and abuse. Retrieved from

[iii] (accessed 7/24/14)

[iv] (accessed 7/24/14)