Help Victims of Sex Trafficking with Miles and Lauren Mikolas
Jul - Dec 2019
$42,650
total raised

Help keep the doors open for a much-needed center that provides services for 22 girls

support campaign

St. Louis Cardinals All-Star pitcher Miles Mikolas and his wife Lauren support the U.S. Refuge Home for victims of sex trafficking, helping to provide a safe and loving environment for survivors to receive basic care, professional counseling, medical and mental health care, life skills programs, and educational opportunities.

$75,000

Goal

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St. Louis, MO
100% funded
0
raised

Remodel the Refuge Home for Victims of Sex Trafficking

Crisis Aid International, which opened the U.S. Refuge Home for victims of sex trafficking in 2012, has provided services to more than 155 American victims of sex trafficking, from age 13-30 years old. The program incorporates a holistic approach to rehabilitation, providing girls a safe loving home with a variety of services and opportunities. The home is in need of a remodel, and Miles and Lauren are dedicated to helping make sure it happens this year.

St. Louis MO
35% funded
0
raised

Help Staff Up To Serve More Girls

There is room at the refuge center for 12 more girls, but in order to serve them, the staff size must increase. This year, Miles and Lauren are determined to help fund a new staff member who will allow four more girls to be rescued and given hope for a future away from the violence of sex trafficking.

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