It lights the way for physical, mental, and economic freedom for women who have survived childhood trauma, unjust systems, the commodifying of their worth, and believing their past defines their future.
Our two-year program provides women survivors a safe place to live, food and clothing, healthcare, counseling, therapeutic groups, and job training -- all at no cost to the participant.
sisters for life
Lighting the way for our next sister
When a woman completes our two-year program, she becomes a Sister for Life - and then reaches back to light the way for the next woman. The power of sisterhood has connected each woman: Beginning with our founder - all the way to one of our 2021 graduates.
love on so many levels
Regina, one of our very first graduates, stands tall at the podium, kicking off the ceremony.
She is a light. She came before them and she knows their journey.
Behind each of the graduates sits a mentor, ready to present the certificate of completion. They represent love that shows up. Over and over again.
Current program participants line the front row, holding handmade signs. Their sister's stories give them hope and light their way. One day, they will be graduates too.
The Tennessee State Capitol bears peaceful witness that women survivors feel freedom and stand tall like a field of thistles.
Their strength and resilience is beautiful, undeniable, and palpable.
A sisterhood dedicated to providing women survivors across the country with the resources, time, and support they need to heal.
WE ARE OFTEN ASKED ABOUT STATISTICS:
WHAT ARE THE SUCCESS RATES?
Meet Kynlee, the granddaughter of one of our graduates.
After generations of trafficking and addiction, including our graduate's own story of being trafficked by her father at the age of 8, the cycle is ending.
Kynlee was born into a loving family with two stable parents, so in love with Kynlee that her image floods their social media and their sweet dreams.
What if we did all this work for all these years just for this one? This one beautiful baby that is the color of the world with grey eyes?
It would have been worth it all.
Global Shared Trade
A world wide market of survivor artisans increasing the value of the producer in the market chain while providing support and advocacy.
Stories of Hope and Healing
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