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FFF 2019

Join us on October 24 for dinner and drinks, fashion on display, and he opportunity to hear from Dallas fashion designers who are impacting their industry in unique ways. All for the great cause to benefit the girls at My Refuge House. Tickets will go on sale September 1.

Sponsorship Opportunities

If you are interested in providing sponsorship for FFF, please contact us. You can be a part of saving lives in the Philippines by helping with this event.

 
 
 
 

“40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally.”

International labor organization

 
 
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My Refuge House

In our world today, more slaves exist than ever before. While statistics about the numbers of individuals who are being held in forced bondage vary greatly, one thing is for sure: it is an international crisis that demands our attention.

  • 11 million The number of people held captive in modern day slavery in Asia and the Pacific (TIP Report 2012)

  • 300,000–400,000 The number of trafficked persons in the Philippines, about one-­‐fourth of which are children (Philippines Today, 2007)

A Safe Place
My Refuge House is a home in Cebu, Philippines created to be a safe environment for girls who have been rescued from commercial sexual exploitation, human trafficking, and sexual abuse.

When girls are rescued, there are few places in the region that cater specifically to survivors of trafficking. My Refuge House is dedicated to providing access to the best care we can in order to effectively alleviate the trauma the girls have experienced, and to give them a hopeful future.

My Refuge House provides counseling, education, livelihood skills, and job skills training, as well as dental and medical care through qualified doctors. Many of the girls in our home come from Catholic and Protestant backgrounds and find great strength in the Bible. We offer Bible classes and a chance to worship God together. 

More information at myrefugehouse.org.

 
 
 
My Refuge House is a safe place and I consider it as my own refuge. They always help me here.
— Trafficking Survivor, age 13
 
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