A predator in the US can make $200,000 per year

Investigators and researchers estimate the average predator in the U.S. can make more than $200,000 a year off one young girl.
– NBC Report by Teri Williams

Bought & Sold Across International Borders

600,000 – 800,000 people are bought and sold across international borders each year; 50% are children, most are female. The majority of these victims are forced into the commercial sex trade.
– U.S. Department of State, 2004, Trafficking in Persons Report

300,000 Children Exploited Every Year

300,000 children in the U.S. are at risk every year for commercial sexual exploitation.
-U.S. Department of Justice

Every day, children are exploited for sex in a multi-billion dollar world-wide industry. We cannot sit by and know that 2 million children a year a sold into bondage and, many, into sexual slavery. Coins for Children is a ministry of Manna Church to raise funds to support ministries who deal with this problem - head on. By focusing on the demand - catching and arresting those who perpetrate these heinous acts - we aim to fulfill the command of Proverbs 24:11 - "Rescue those who are staggering towards death."

Coins For Children

Coins for Children blossomed out of the heart of Senior Pastor Michael Fletcher. It is a ministry of Manna Church in Fayetteville, NC. C4C was sparked from a sermon series on service to the community. Aiming to get the ordinary person involved in the battle against human trafficking, It provides a medium for...

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EMPOWER has chosen to fund a bold, new approach, one that addresses the demand side of child sex trafficking by targeting buyers/predators for prosecution and conviction. While over 260 organizations are currently focused on rescuing children, until the demand side is addressed, the supply will always exist.

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RUN Ministries

RUN, headed by Eric Watt, is based in Virginia. RUN focuses its anti-human trafficking efforts in and around Nepal where they rescue slaves and rehabilitate them in safe houses and teach them a trade they can make a living from. It costs roughly $30 to purchase a slave in Nepal, the same price as a goat.

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