We have a new Fundraising Hub!
And it’s so simple to use!
It will only take a few minutes to set up your fundraising campaign.
There are no limits to how you can raise money to rescue those enslaved. You could give up birthday presents, run a marathon, host a documentary screening or even shave your beard or cut your hair.
Have fun while doing something meaningful.
Real impact. Real lives.
Because of people like you, progress is being made.
9000+ lives set free
Operations in ten countries around the world
250+ volunteers and staff serving around the clock to rescue kids and help them stay free
Sometimes, something as simple as a scholarship to pay for schooling can mean the difference between a life of exploitation or safety for a child. Lawan’s story showcases the strength and determination of a survivor. We are committed to finding the children trapped in these dangerous places and doing what it takes to help them stay free.
Help girls like Lawan find rescue and live out their true destinies.Become a Rescue Partner
We exist to rescue kids from sex trafficking and
exploitation and help them stay free.
Night after night, our agents enter some of the darkest places on the planet to find and rescue children trapped in sexual exploitation or trafficking.
When we are able, we identify what made a child
vulnerable to exploitation, and then help them and their family overcome it and thrive.
Destiny Rescue is fighting sex trafficking and child exploitation in the Dominican Republic
Our dedicated team in the Dominican Republic assists law enforcement in rescuing children from sexual exploitation and human trafficking and ensuring perpetrators…Read Story
The power of social media: why the sex trade is migrating from brothels to social media
Lockdowns have closed many sex establishments in Southeast Asia, leaving many former workers wondering where to find an income. …Read Story
The power of social media: why some girls enter the sex industry to buy coffee and clothes
Online pictures of snacks and models are typically harmless, but they can have a harmful, peculiar effect on kids in developing countries….Read Story
Tara’s Story: 17-year-old is the first rescue at newly-opened border station
Tara is seventeen years old and lives with her parents and siblings in rural central Nepal. She attended school through the eighth…Read Story
Fourteen-year-old girl safe because of agent’s creativity
Destiny Rescue’s rescue agents normally go undercover, run surveillance or interview travellers at a border to rescue exploited children, but occasionally they…Read Story
Rescue surge: 33 people rescued across four countries in four days
Amidst the difficulties of this year, Destiny Rescue was able to rescue 33 people across four countries in four days. This latest…Read Story
Rescue agents in two countries team up on notorious trafficker
Three girls left home without telling anyone where they were going, if not for the collaboration of two teams of Destiny Rescue…Read Story
Toddler Rescued – Our First Cyber Case
In February, our teams, in coordination with multiple law-enforcement agencies, executed an operation that rescued a 2-and-a-half-year-old boy from a life of…Read Story
Girl Interrupted – Border Rescues Pt. 2
Our Border Rescue agents are strategically positioned to intervene along the path of exploitation. Partnering with Border Patrol Police at key crossing…Read Story
Sordid Shadows: How to Catch a Pimp
SBS Dateline recently joined Destiny Rescue’s Founder and President Tony Kirwan, along with our International Rescue Director, rescue team, and local law…Read Story