Our volunteers at the safehouse build friendships with residents by gathering for meals and special events, like outings to the movies, and makeover and spa nights.
Making Grants To Fund Programs
Our grants support rent and food costs for Restore's safehouse. It is the first long-term transitional safehouse in the Northeast dedicated to foreign-born survivors of sex trafficking.
Training And Consulting
Restore NYC participated in workshops focused on outcome measurement and tracking program effectiveness, assisting them to tailor their "Restored Life Outcomes Matrix" to the safehouse program.
Your support and work and volunteering really helps some of the most vulnerable, exploited people in this great city. You're making our lives in the city, and our city, a better place to live.
Jimmy, Executive Director
Hope for New York volunteers are constantly thinking through how they can best serve their neighbors in need as a response to the grace shown by Jesus. Let these stories inspire you to pray through how God might want to use you to bring greater flourishing to this city.
Volunteering with victims of sex trafficking has helped Jon Kakaley see that God’s Kingdom isn’t some lofty, philosophical goal. Rather, it’s built with actual work on a day-to-day basis.
It is our collective call to seek justice for the oppressed, so we bring to our God our brothers and sisters across our city who have or are being trafficked. We serve a present and loving God, and we can trust that He will bring about justice and righteousness. Join