Celebrate with us at 1 of our 3 AFGs on the West Coast! You will have the opportunity to hear powerful stories from our founders Don and Bridget Brewster, watch a video of a survivor who is now helping restore rescued girls, and more
Agape International Missions’ Founder, Don Brewster, spoke at TedX Laguna Blanca School about how human trafficking needs to be fought with a holistic approach. To exemplify the success of the holistic approach, he shared the story of Smey, a survivor of trafficking rescued at age 9.
When AIM SWAT learned that there were over 100 Cambodian men forced to work on fishing boats off the coast of Somalia, we knew it was time to act. 50 men have already been repatriated back to Cambodia.
Watch AIM’s video on our 2018 impact. Your support made it possible for us to rescue our 1,000th survivor, reintegrate over 100 women this year, and almost finish the construction on our school. Thank you.
Chariya was trafficked and sold to an average of nine men each night before fleeing to AIM. After going through our restoration programs, she joined our SWAT Team as a social worker. She is now one of the first AIM staff a rescued girl meets.
American citizen, Danny Davila, took a trip to Svay Pak, Cambodia in March 2014 and was touring the streets on motorbike when he was approached by a young Cambodian. What he didn’t know is that he was talking with our undercover staff. Read what happened next.
After collecting intelligence on a massage parlor fronting as a brothel, two minors aged 14 and 15 and three adult women were rescued while one suspect was arrested.