This holiday season, your massage session can make a lasting impact on the lives of others.
Schedule a massage session the week of December 9 through December 15 and I will donate 10% from each session to Rapha House, a non-profit organization that rescues children from human trafficking, providing them with the healing they need to live healthy, free lives.
You’ll also be entered to win this beautiful Rapha House tote which was made by impoverished women in Cambodia as a way for them to earn a sustainable living and avoid the desperation that so often leads to human trafficking in that part of the world.
What is Rapha House?
As I’ve discussed in the past, human trafficking is one of the world’s most pervasive (yet silent) evils. It is a $32 billion dollar industry that profits from the exploitation of the vulnerable, particularly women and children, enslaving 27 million people worldwide. Sadly, it is also the fastest growing industry on the planet.
Rapha House is a public benefit 501c3 non-profit based in Joplin, MO, that is dedicated to ending the trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. “Rapha” is the Hebrew word for healing, and that is exactly what this organization does: it provides lasting healing and freedom for children who have been wronged by the evils of human trafficking.
Having followed the amazing work that Rapha House does for some time, I felt compelled to contribute to their mission of healing the lives and hearts of children, particularly young girls, who are the victims of horrendous crimes.
Join the Fight to End Human Trafficking This December
The reality of human trafficking angers and saddens me more than any other situation. It is unthinkable to me that people intentionally steal the innocence from children for evil purposes and ruin their lives. I am convinced Rapha House really makes a difference in these children’s lives—actually saving their lives in many cases.
Together we can do something to bring peace and healing to those who need it. This December, your massage session will not only support Rapha House in their mission to help those directly affected by human trafficking, but it will also play a part in continuing their ministry of curbing human trafficking in communities where it is most likely to occur.