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DR Welcomes Bold Call From UN To End Human Trafficking

At a high-level UN meeting this week UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres made perhaps his boldest statement to date in the fight against human trafficking.

Prevention Is Best: Educating Rural Villages

A large part of what we do involves removing the veil of lies from each child we rescue and help them to see that they are more, far more, than their bodies, that they have value beyond measure and they are worthy of love.

Child Rescue Rebrand for New Zealand

After establishing ourselves in New Zealand three years ago this name change gives us the chance to freshen up our presence and breathe new life into our mission.

Light Shining in Delhi

In the face of a culture that has increasing persecution of Christianity, they are boldly proclaiming Jesus on the streets and to the children that come into our care.

Destiny Rescue Agents Aid in Rescue of Five Girls

Five girls were rescued and three perpetrators arrested in a recent raid in the Philippines.

Introducing Destiny Farm

Destiny Farm has opened in Cambodia! The farm will train families in agricultural skills so they can earn an income and their children can stay safe at home.

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.

Ten More Inspiring Anti-Human Trafficking Quotes

Be inspired by these quotes—and share them with your friends so they can join the fight against child sex trafficking, too.

Destiny Rescue Awarded Matching Grant

Visit doublethefreedom.org to have your donation matched today!

Bright Futures for Three Reintegrated Girls

Destiny Rescue’s staff members and volunteers work hard to help girls heal and prepare for the future. But our support doesn’t stop there.

Selling Crêpes, Learning Business Skills

Girls in one of our Cambodia rescue homes recently started selling crêpes as part of a business class. We’re so proud of their hard work!