2020 Impact Report
Check out all the exciting things you made possible in 2020.
It’s the most common question we hear from you, our motivated community.
Every day, you can disrupt the cycle of abuse. You can change lives through gift giving. You don’t need to work at a non-profit or receive special training. Shopping for friends, family, and even a treat for yourself, ensures that survivors stay free and abuse ends.
How is shopping a solution?
Buying gifts from brands that pay fair wages, hire survivors, and invest in their community, keeps people free. You ensure that a farm worker can provide for her family and that a sex trafficking victim can stay away from his captor.
Imagine a creative and skilled survivor just learned that someone purchased a necklace made by her hands. A smile lights up her face as she remembers she is loved and capable because you choose to buy her craft – rather than her body.
Each purchase is an encouragement to press on into pursing a fair and free future. We’ve made it easy for you to fight human trafficking through gift giving. Look at our fun list below. There is something for everyone!
If you’re not feeling adventurous with the raspberry flavor, they keep stocked with the standards – milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and white chocolate. They even have a KETO chocolate bar for your health-conscious friends and other fruit flavors to try!
These headwraps make a perfect stocking stuffer! Check out all the colorful patterns. Smaller sizes are available for young kids.
Treat the man in your life to this classy shave bag. Why? This purchase provides a sustainable source of income for survivors! Hilltop of Hope by Sugar Creek Baptist Church is dedicated to restoring victims of human trafficking in the red light districts of South Asia. All of the profit allows them to escape their captors and rebuild their lives.
Elijah Rising provides long-term care for adult survivors of sex trafficking. They teach candle-making and business skills to survivors. These survivors are building a sustainable career and a bright future.
You can feel good about these gifts, knowing that they prevent abuse and support survivors.
From all of our team, have a wonderful and restful holiday season!
Where to Donate:
UAHT Offices at 2002 S. Wayside Dr. Houston Texas 77023
When: By December 18th
Please contact our office at 713-874-0290 to schedule drop off
What to include:
Large Freezer Zip Lock Bags (will be used to hold items)
First Aid Kits
Travel sized umbrellas