Give Trafficked Girls a New Future in Cambodia

 
$79,410
$15,590
Raised
Remaining
Aug 21, 2012

A New Dream Home!

This Summer, Transitions made a new move to a new facility. We had been looking for a new Dream Home with more space and a better program flow. This May, we identified an amazing new shelter that was designed in a way that fits Transitions program wonderfully! We moved in on June 16th with all of our girls squealling and cheering! The girls have an almost brand new home, which is absolutely beautiful and perfect for their wellbeing, healing, and a sense of belonging. Our staff are pretty happy too...they have a great big office with plenty of room for our growing team of social workers, therapists, and care staff. To christen the office, we asked intern Lauren Huntley to paint the Transitions slogan "Every girl is sacred, every girl deserves dignity, every girl needs to dream, and no girl should ever be sold."

We are really excited about this new move, as we will be able to serve more girls each year and to operate our programs more efficiently and effectively. I

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Athena Pond

Director
Cincinnati, Ohio United States

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