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A: 92.30% of our total revenue goes directly to programs on the ground. 4.56% goes to fundraising. 3.14% goes toward admin/general.
A: You can see our 990 right HERE.
A: How you help is really up to you!
First, ask yourself what time, talent, and resources you want to give to the war on child sex trafficking. Next, look at our available opportunities on our GET INVOLVED page HERE. Finally, if you want to contribute something outside of the opportunities you find there, CONTACT US with your plan HERE (though note the Mission Trip FAQ below).
Please stay flexible and patient as we work with you. Above all, stay tenacious and never give up. The war is real and you are an important part of it!
A: AIM does not organize mission trips. This is mostly because we work with the Cambodian Church and focus all of our efforts on our programs versus event organization. However, we allow a few teams to work with us every year. If you have questions, please CONTACT US HERE.
A: As a Christian organization, we believe Jesus offers freedom. Therefore, it goes against everything we believe to force anyone, especially a rescued and hurting child, to adhere to any religious system. Our programs teach about the Jesus who loves us, saves us, heals us and changes us. Because of this, many girls choose a relationship with Jesus and the freedom He offers. However, AIM offers help to people of every religion and even supports the religious choices that are not for Christianity.
A: We do what it takes! As a result, in 2014, we launched the AIM Rescue Team so as to holistically approach the issue of sex trafficking.
The mission of AIM Rescue Team is to address human trafficking and sexual violence in Cambodia by working with police to collect evidence, investigate crimes, arrest perpetrators and rescue victims from situations of violence and exploitation. Once rescued, the victims are provided comprehensive care at the AIM Restoration Home and their cases are handled by AIM’s legal team throughout the trial. Though the majority of cases include sex trafficking and sexual assault, the team also works on others involving labor trafficking and even organ trafficking. Learn more HERE.
A: Our counseling staff is native to the country they work in. ARH, Phnom Pehn, is staffed by professional, hard-working, incredibly caring Cambodians who are working hands-on with the girls. If you have specific questions about our counseling program, please contact us HERE.
A: A lot! That’s probably why you’re confused.
Defeating a complex, decentralized problem like child sex trafficking takes a complex strategy. Our programs PREVENT, RESCUE, RESTORE and REINTEGRATE others to do the same. Find out about our programs and how they work together on our WHAT WE DO page HERE.
A: Yes, there is! The AIM 2015 Information Kit includes the following information: AIM Overview, Problem Factsheet, Where We Work, Our Projects, Leadership, Key Spokespeople, Financials and In the Media. Read it HERE.
A: Yes! AIM loves to educate people on the problem of sex trafficking and our working solutions. We also love sharing stories of changed lives and footage of our programs. We’re based near Sacramento, California, but plan special events all over the US. Contact us HERE for more details and view our Speaking Terms on our RESOURCES page HERE.