• Sweetie Update

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    Published March 24, 2015 A letter from our president Dear Prayer Warriors, Get down on your knees fast! Pray hard. Stop what you are doing and pray. This week we received word from our Indian partners that the Madame in charg ...

    Sweetie Update
  • “Land of the Free:” Hidden risk in America

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    Published March 20, 2015 Every year, hundreds of thousands immigrate to America. For many, America is the land of opportunity where they can make a better life for their families. But the American promise of “liberty and ju ...

    “Land of the Free:” Hidden risk in America
  • Sex Tourism: The Dark Side of Spring Break

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    Published March 10, 2015 Spring Break provides an ideal excuse to escape from home. With the kids out of school, you can trade dreary, gray and brown landscapes for palm trees and azure skies. Boots can be tossed into the cor ...

    Sex Tourism: The Dark Side of Spring Break
  • Garments of Praise: Empowering the prom dress

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    Published February 16, 2015 For millions of high schoolers, spring is prom season. This momentous night has young women all over the country searching for the perfect dress to look and feel beautiful.  From billowing ball gowns ...

    Garments of Praise: Empowering the prom dress
  • TeamWAR 2015: Racing toward freedom

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    Published December 19, 2014 At the WAR, Int’l Headquarters, wounded women gathered in the crowded kitchen, making soaps, necklaces, earing, bracelets, and earning an income with dignity. This was the beginning of the U.S. Trai ...

    TeamWAR 2015: Racing toward freedom
  • Circle Tour:
    Traveling toward freedom

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    Published November 11, 2014 “We are not all meant to run safehouses, but we are all called to be safe places.” These words of WAR, Int’l president Becky McDonald encourage each person to take action in a way that is unique ...

    Circle Tour:</br>Traveling toward freedom

 

Women At Risk, International (WAR, Int’l) is a Grand Rapids-based, nonprofit organization, established to create circles of protection around at-risk women and children. Through culturally sensitive, value-added intervention projects and partnerships, we provide safe places to heal from abuse, trafficking, exploitation, and more. Our passion is to empower survivors to live and work with dignity and hope.

WAR, Int’l not only creates safe places for women and children but also gives voice to their silenced cries. By educating communities about risk issues and providing individuals with practical ways to “do something,” we extend our reach through you.

Our programs and partnerships span the globe, reaching over 40 countries, including the United States. Each month, additional projects and partnerships are formed, increasing both our gratitude and ability to offer the rescued and at-risk a “hand-up.”

Understand the Risks

Discover helpful tips, action plans, and ways to protect the innocent from the hands of the trafficker.

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What can I do?

There are many ways you can get involved NOW, from volunteering your time to raising awareness.

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Shop with a Purpose

A treasure chest of hand-crafted gits made by or sold in support of at-risk and rescued women worldwide.

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ECFA is an accreditation agency that provides organizations like WAR, Int’l  with financial accountability. As an ECFA member, WAR, Int’l aligns its practices with high steward standards, ensuring excellence and honesty in all its financial dealings. To view a complete list of stewardship standards, please visit www.ecfa.org.