Sex trafficking is the second most profitable illegal crime in the world generating $32 Billion annually, topped only by narcotics. A child goes missing roughly every 44 seconds in the United States alone.
Children in the U.S. Currently Lost to Slavery
Children in the U.S. at Risk of Becoming Sex Slaves
Living in Sexual Slavery Around the World
SUPPORT OUR MISSION
Colors of Hope’s objective is to be one of the world’s leading Equine Restoration, Enrichment, and Empowerment Programs for organizations around the globe who rescue young girls and women affected by sexual abuse and sex trafficking. We seek to develop the most effective, educational and redemptive equestrian experiences and personal transformations in the world.
Colors of Hope Equine Restoration Program is partnered with organizations globally and together are Educating, Empowering and Enriching the lives of young girls and women affected by sexual abuse and sex trafficking.
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The complexity of peeling back layers of the human soul is sensitive and traumatic and we’ve designed our Equine Restoration Program to mirror that process and certify equine facilities & leaders on a global scale.
MAKE A DONATION
Your contribution to our Equine Dream Projects will be used to educate leaders, empower the rescued and enrich the survivor. Every donation regardless of size, paves the road to redemption for a victims of sexual abuse and sex trafficking.
There are many ways to support our mission at Colors of Hope and volunteers play a vital role in our program. If you have time and talent you would like to share with us, we would love to have your join our volunteer family!
Our Team Members
A nurse by profession, Induja, is part of our team always willing to help us during medical outreaches in the surrounding villages. During her free time she also gives home tuitions to the poor children, imparting basic education. Apart...
Rama is a committed member of our team who has done her basic education and continues to impact the needy local communities by reaching out to serve them. She is a homemaker and has three children, one son, who is disabled, and two...
Being a part of the team, Sunitha is actively involved in her village helping the women with self-help groups and empowering them to self sustainability. Besides this, she also runs a grocery store in the village with the basic...