Girls

After A Rescue: Caring for Our Girls

Destiny Rescue’s vision is to rescue children from sexual exploitation. But it’s not as simple as just removing children from the sex industry. When we free a girl and bring her into Destiny Rescue’s care, our work is just beginning.

“Daughters of the King” Celebration

Destiny Rescue’s home in northern Thailand buzzed with excitement as girls in fancy dresses had their hair and makeup done.

Shop Destiny Rescue Jewellery for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is coming soon! Learn how buying handmade jewellery from Destiny Rescue’s online store supports rescued girls.

Project : Spread the Love

One of our caseworkers shares the joy of watching rescued girls heal further by serving others.

Cambodia: Celebrations Despite Adversity

It’s been a mixed few months for our Projects in Cambodia: severe trials and disappointments mixed with celebration and jubilation, yet our staff and volunteers remain hopeful and faithful to the cause.

Tony Kirwan: Where Are The Dads?

There are no limits to what I would do to rescue my daughters from one of these evil places. I would be willing to go to jail, to risk it all to rescue my daughter.

Six Years Old With a Heart For Rescue

April Brown is a six-year-old girl from Australia who wanted to do something to help children less privileged than her. This is her story of childlike hopefulness.

New Phnom Penh Learning Centre

Our new Learning Centre in Phnom Penh is up-and-running and our staff and rescued children couldn’t be happier. It’s a beautiful space where our girls will learn, love, laugh and heal.

Daring to Dream: A Rescue Story

Poverty is a dream killer and an all too familiar part of the story for many girls that come through Destiny Rescue, including Noo…

There Is Hope: Reflections on a Team Trip

Team Trips can be life changing! Read a first-hand account of experiences encountered on a Destiny Rescue Team Trip.

The Ripple Effect: Cambodian Rescue Girl Toun’s Story

Our team in Cambodia were able to intervene when we heard that a village girl called Toun was being pressured to marry her abuser, and was suffering from depression. Read what happened next.

The Ripple Effect: Mango Farm Project Update

The goal was to provide a home for Chaya, a rescue girl with special needs who had been with us for over seven years. Find out how her reintegration changed not just her life, but the lives of her family and village.