Press Releases

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.

Destiny Cafe Reopens Bigger and Better

A revamped menu, outdoor seating, children’s play area and creative displays – the Destiny Cafe and Restaurant has reopened in Chiang Rai after a two-week refurbishment!

A Boy, a Dog, and a Passion for Freedom

I love hearing how kids respond to the work of Destiny Rescue. Such simplicity. Such innocence. The most complicated problems of the world become so manageable.

Mozambique & Myanmar Projects Closed

It’s with sadness, but hope, that I write this to let you all know that we have closed down our Projects in Myanmar and Mozambique.

Rape, Murder of 13yo Girl Devastates Rescue Team

Two men are in custody with another two at large after a 13-year-old girl was found raped and murdered in one of Destiny Rescue’s Project Nations.

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.

Volunteers aid raped teenager

Two alleged rapists are in police custody in Northern Thailand thanks to the bravery of their victim and the quick thinking of Destiny Rescue volunteers.

Tony’s Thoughts on 2015

There’s a real excitement within Destiny Rescue this year; our staff and volunteers can all feel it! We need that fervor too as new projects are launched and more girls are rescued!

New Territory: The Americas – The Dominican Republic

We are starting a new chapter of our Destiny Rescue story – a story that is far from complete. There are many exciting chapters still to be written, and we are about to put pen to paper and write the one titled: New Territory: The Americas.

5 Boys Rescued

Boys rescued in recent sting co-ordinated with Thai Police.

It’s More Than Just Sex

Many familiar with Destiny Rescue associate them with their work to end sex trafficking through rescuing and restoring those being exploited in the industry and offering preventive measures to at-risk children. The organization also assists with another form of exploitation – that of forced labor.