Thanks to your support we have accomplished much with limited resources in 2019 and heading into 2020. We expanded our work here in the United States and responded to unexpected needs in Cambodia.
This year we have several trips planned. The first is a 10 day outreach trip to Cambodia in July. The deadline is quickly approaching! Contact us here at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second trip is a Stateside Outreach and Fundraiser Trip to Iowa! For more information click here.
LOHIwas founded in 2005 on the belief that all people are created to love, serve, and bring hope to one another.
Since 2007, Our family has expanded from 1-12 villages.
Cambodia and Stateside
Cambodia and Stateside Report
The overview shares a financial break down of the funds spent and existing needs.
Last year we served over a 200 families with human trafficking education and prevention methods. We spent time with guardians and children ages 5-10. We focus on teaching body safety, defining safe adults, and how to report unwanted touch and/or abuse.
Thanks to a local mall and small festival, we have already served almost a 100 families, as well as over 25 survivors through our partners.
Medical/Public Health Clinics. We have the honor to serve our dormers (kids most at risk of being trafficked), local community, and those that traveled for days. We served about 200 people. This included hygiene care, human trafficking prevention review, basic nutrition, and physicals.
Asheville Mall Safety Celebration. Partnered with Project Fight, Our Voice, and LIFE107. Together we served over 30 kids and about 15-25 teens/adults. To request a "Safety Party" at your school, church, small group, community center, or business e-mail Jennifer Wilson Stateside Manager email@example.com. We look forward to partnering with you and educating families together!
Poipet Schools. Thanks to you we were able to provide 150 students with goverment required uniforms. We also provided some basic school supplies and HT Prevention Notebooks. These student need another 3k for food and to make some basic classroom improvements.