Rescue a Child: Amy Irvine

$500 donated
Given by 11 generous donors in 6 weeks

Millions of children are trapped in the sex trade – will you please sponsor me to help end child sexual slavery?


This July I’m going to be participating in the Rescue A Child Challenge to raise funds to free children from sexual slavery. It's estimated, every 17 seconds, one child is sold or forced into the sex trade. The money I raise is donated to Destiny Rescue to free children trapped in sexual slavery.

I’m aiming to raise $1500 to give freedom to one child. My goal is to raise $1500 to rescue one child from sexual slavery. Please help by giving whatever you can using the “Donate Now” button. Every bit counts, no matter how big or small. Please share this with your friends, so more children can dream again. Thanks!

Amy Irvine's involvement (page creator)

I'm involved in the Rescue a Child fundraiser because we shouldn't be masking the suffering of humanity, and participating in fundraising for Destiny Rescue gives us all an opportunity to be a voice for the silenced.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter - Martin Luther King Jr

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Participating in

Rescue A Child Challenge 2016

It's estimated every 17 seconds a child is sold or forced into the sex trade. Join the challenge and rescue a child from sexual slavery.

Latest donations

de Kwant family
de Kwant family on 15 Jul 2016
Go Amy :-)
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 14 Jul 2016
SM on 14 Jul 2016
So proud of you Amy! Not so many young one care about what's happening to the 3rd world! I hope what you're doing now will inspired them more! And bless you for taking an action to God's calling . Love you so much Xoxo
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Guest Donor on 14 Jul 2016
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Guest Donor on 09 Jul 2016

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This page was created on 24 Jun 2016 and closed on 11 Aug 2016.