Subscribe for more stories of HOPE

Follow us on social:

  • Black Instagram Icon
  • Black Facebook Icon
Nothing that we do would be possible
without faithful donors & supporters like you.
FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS, THANK YOU.

*To protect confidentiality, all names of beneficiaries have been changed and stock photos may be used. See our Media Ethics Policy for more information.

RED OAK HOPE is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization.

© 2019 by RED OAK HOPE

The survivors we walk alongside are incredible.

Walking alongside them is our greatest honor.

HERE ARE OUR STORIES

& UPDATES

FEATURED STORIES

DSC_6230.jpg

Alice was given the opportunity of a lifetime to see the world, make money for her family and have a career. Everything was going well until she arrived  . . .

"I thought I was going

to die here . . ."

larm-rmah-D_xYW57npuw-unsplash.jpg

Lee needed to make money to provide medical care for her brother. It wasn't until later that she learned he'd been manipulating her all along.

"My brother was sick, I did it all for him..."

nina-strehl-140728-unsplash.jpg

Can you imagine life with a toddler if she wasn't allowed to laugh or cry without fear of being evicted?

Freedom to Cry

& Laugh

Image by Drew Coffman

Raskmey was trafficked cross border and sold as a bride. Forced to cook, clean, and endure incredible abuse, she had no idea how to escape...

"They're eligible suitors", her uncle said

DSC_4152.jpg

Natalie moved to Asia to work in a business. Instead, she was given a box of condoms and told to find customers to pay a fraudulent debt...

A college graduate, still she was deceived

daan-stevens-yGUuMIqjIrU-unsplash.jpg

When we met Xiu, she was in the grueling last stages of breast cancer with only weeks to live. Still, she was given dignity and hope even in death...

Dignity and a Dying Wish

THERE ARE MILLIONS STILL

WAITING FOR FREEDOM.

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

for breaking news and more frequent updates.

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Instagram Icon