Des­tiny Res­cue Char­ity Din­ner

Hills to Hawkesbury Living Magazine - - Community News -

With over one mil­lion chil­dren trapped in sex­ual slav­ery in the world to­day, Des­tiny Res­cue for many years has made it their mis­sion to fight this present­day in­jus­tice. Aus­tralian founded, this in­ter­na­tion­ally recog­nised non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion has been at the fore­front of res­cu­ing traf­ficked and sex­u­ally en­slaved chil­dren from pre­dom­i­nantly S.E. Asian hotspots.

Re­ly­ing com­pletely on pri­vate donors to fund their work in the res­cue, restora­tion and rein­te­gra­tion of en­slaved and abused chil­dren, they have to date res­cued over 3,200 chil­dren; giv­ing them back their child­hood, their dig­nity and a fu­ture. Des­tiny’s holis­tic ap­proach means that res­cued chil­dren are pro­vided with the type of care and as­sis­tance that meets their in­di­vid­ual needs and gives them the best chance to ful­fil their goals, dreams and des­tiny.

With hor­ror sto­ries of chil­dren as young as 17 months be­ing abused, Des­tiny Res­cue also has many sto­ries of courage, tri­umph and suc­cess to re­port, with the vast ma­jor­ity of their charges grow­ing up into con­fi­dent and ac­com­plished young adults.

If you’d like to help, please con­sider at­tend­ing the Meze Me Char­ity Din­ner on Oc­to­ber 17th or sign up to be­come a Res­cue Part­ner with a monthly do­na­tion of any amount. It all helps. www.des­tinyres­

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