Who We Are
To raise awareness of human trafficking and to bring restoration and healing from its effects.
To continually improve and expand our rehabilitative programs so every trafficked child has access to appropriate aftercare services.
Love ► We are motivated by the love of Christ to reach out to children who are hurting from the trauma of human trafficking.
Justice ►We believe in a God of justice who calls us to be His hands and feet, and bring justice to a broken world.
Empowerment ► We work to empower victims of human trafficking to be who they were created to be, and to move from being victims to becoming survivors.
Service ► We strive to serve the needs of human trafficking survivors: their needs for physical and mental health, emotional wholeness, spiritual healing, and community support.
Stewardship ► We are committed to being a good steward of the gifts God has given us and to be transparent and accountable to our constituents, stakeholders and community.
To provide comprehensive, Christ-centered rehabilitative services to child victims of sex trafficking in West Michigan.
The Hope Project began in 2005 as an outreach program to educate and inform the community about the issue of human trafficking. The more we learned and the more we became aware of the prevalence of this issue, we soon asked the question, who takes care of these children?...Read more
To end human trafficking, people must first be aware that it exists and is a problem. The Hope Project is committed to speaking out against the evils of human trafficking...Read more
*The Hope Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, so your donations are tax-deductible.*