Join The Village, our monthly donor community that is bringing freedom to the exploited in Cambodia. Thanks to our dedicated donors, we have seen transformation in Cambodia, but to make freedom a reality for thousands more still trapped in exploitation, we need your commitment.
Over 89% of your donation goes directly to our programs that work to prevent sex trafficking, rescue girls who are trapped in exploitation, restore survivors, and reintegrate them into healthy independent lives.
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“Prayer is a shield to the soul, a sacrifice to God, and a scourge for Satan.” ~ John Bunyan
At AIM, we believe the power of prayer is not in those who pray but in the One who hears our prayers and answers them. There’s both strength and humility in talking to the God of the Universe as we pour out our hearts for His people in His land.
Ongoing Prayer Requests:
- Urgency – Join us in praying for a continued sense of urgency in the fight against sex trafficking. Every day, every hour and every minute feels like an eternity for each girl and each woman awaiting rescue. Join us in praying for multiplied urgency to end the injustice that is sex trafficking.
- Awareness – In addition to urgency, we pray that people would continue to be moved to raise awareness and do what they can in this fight. No act is too small; no donation is too little. Every person matters in this fight!
- Protection – Opposition to our work in Cambodia is often strong, and always ugly. Whether it’s from an angry brothel owner, a trafficker who has lost profits or a family member who wants to maintain income from a trafficked girl, we daily face resistance to the work God is doing. Join us in praying for protection over our programs, rescued girls, residents at our transitional homes and the many staff members who work faithfully to keep our mission going.
- Rahab’s House Church – Pray for the ongoing work of Rahab’s House Church in the community of Svay Pak. Pray for resources to meet needs and strength of numbers and health to fulfill the call that’s been placed upon them. May they continue to shine God’s light into the darkness.
Sex trafficking exists throughout the world and is a multi-billion dollar industry. The International Labor Organization estimated that there were 20.9 million people trafficked for forced labor in 2012, and 4.5 million of those were victims of forced sexual exploitation.
In Cambodia, on a daily basis, we witness firsthand that sex trafficking of adults and children is prolific – sometimes in very obvious and visible ways, but more often as part of a dark, underground economy. We encourage you to learn more about sex trafficking in Cambodia where AIM’s programs are located. You can also learn how to spot and prevent sex trafficking in your community with our free online Sex Trafficking Prevention Workshop.
With our easy, online fundraising tool, you can help raise money to fight sex trafficking! Start a campaign for your birthday, a 5k run, or just about any event you can think of and invite family and friends to participate to support AIM’s programs.
If you’re passionate about ending child sex trafficking, AIM has a new way for you to make a tremendous impact! Our peer-to-peer fundraising tool enables our supporters to raise money to fund AIM’s programs from your family, friends and social circle.
Use this tool to request donations for AIM on your birthday or a holiday gift, and the impact of your personal passion can be multiplied many times over as the people you know contribute to it.
Serve on a Team
At AIM, we believe that Christ through His Church will defeat the evil of sex trafficking. We invite you, the Church, to join us in this fight! Short-term teams are a great step to seeing AIM’s ministries firsthand and witnessing Jesus’ transformational and healing power.
Learn more about organizing a short-term trip with your group or church HERE.
AIM partners and organizations that are interested in possibly partnering with AIM can request a tour to see our programs firsthand. We believe that once you see the amazing work that God is doing in and through AIM’s programs in Cambodia, you’ll want to partner with us to see it continue.
Request a tour by filling out our Tour Application and a member of our staff will contact you soon.
Men are the only reason sex trafficking exists. Men are also a powerful force in our fight against this terrible evil. We invite you to make a difference, to change this reality, and to fight child sex trafficking.
Become a modern-day abolitionist HERE.
As the body of Christ, we are called to bring freedom to the enslaved. There are many ways for Churches to get involved with AIM including serving on the ground on a mission, supporting our anti-trafficking projects financially, and raising awareness.
To get involved, visit our Church Involvement page
Shop AIM Products
Purchase items made by survivors of sex trafficking! AIM Shop carries clothing, accessories & more, all made by the young women at our AIM Employment Centers. New selections are added throughout the year, so check back often. Custom orders are available, too.
Shopping our 3Strands partner? Remember to use referral code “AIM” at checkout to further support our partnership.
Sex trafficking is so egregious it stirs up the best and worst in us. At times it can seem overwhelming but YOU can make a difference. We all have time, talents and treasures that can bring freedom.
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Just a dollar a day can make the difference between sexual servitude and freedom.
AIM Employment Centers (AEC) enable rescued young women to work in sustainable, restorative jobs. Shop our new online store now!
Get information on the problem & get equipped for the solution with The Pink Room Documentary and AIM’s Sex Trafficking Prevention Workshop.