Unlikely Heroes is named after a collective group of people across the globe who refuse to leave 27 million people trapped in slavery. They are heroes not because the masses know their name, but because they’re willing to take up the fight. From rescuing kids out of brothels, to running restoration homes, to using our gifts to start campaigns or spread awareness, our heroes make a difference in many ways. We all have a role to play in abolishing modern-day slavery. The name Unlikely Heroes also refers to children who have been and are about to be rescued. Almost all our rescued child victims want to share their stories to help stop the trafficking cycle.
To us, these rescued kids are the heroes most of all.
Emmanuel House for Girls
WE PROVIDE SAFE HOMES AND RESTORATION FOR CHILD VICTIMS OF SEX SLAVERY.
The Emmanuel House in Chisinau, Moldova aims to rescue girls from dangerous situations and give them every opportunity possible to have a meaningful and abundant life. While all of our girls have experienced the heartache of losing a parent either through death, abandonment or absenteeism, we know that each girl has a future filled with purpose and meaning. We strive to give them that life and to help them understand that they are loved and cherished. By working with state run orphanages in the impoverished Eastern-European country of Moldova, we provide a safe home for girls when they age out of the state facilities at 16 years old. In our home, each girl is taught life skills while being encircled with love and care and given every opportunity to thrive in a safe, nurturing Christian environment. We are a small home which enables us to provide one-on-one care to each girl who has been entrusted to us.