WHO THEY ARE: The Landing exists to empower survivors of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in the Houston area. By welcoming survivors into our drop-in center, providing them with an advocate, or reaching out to them on Bissonnet, our intention is to meet people where they are - wherever it may be - and support them throughout their journey.
Address: 9894 Bissonnet St#605 Houston, Texas 77036
WHO WE SERVE: Women in "the life" and youth
WHAT WE DO: Provide meals at the drop-in center, make various financial and item donations, provide emergency clothing, toiletries and school supplies for the women via UMW’s Rescue Wardrobe and provide emergency clothing, toiletries and school supplies for the youth via UMW’s Youth Rescue Wardrobe.
WHO THEY ARE: Their mission is to end sex trafficking through prayer, awareness, intervention, and restoration.
Address: 1135 E. 11th Street Houston, Texas 77008
WHO WE SERVE: Women Survivors of Human Trafficking
WHAT WE DO: Support the Elijah Rising Store with patronage and volunteer hours where 100% of store proceeds directly help survivors. Store volunteers can make candles, lip balm or other items, or they can help in the front of the store by tagging items for sales and other duties.
Lunches Of Love
WHO THEY ARE: Committed to helping end childhood hunger in Fort Bend County by providing a free nutritious sack lunch during extended school holidays and weekends.
Address: P.O. Box 1161 Rosenberg, Texas 77471
WHO WE SERVE: School age children in Fort Bend County
WHAT WE DO: Decorate lunch bags used to pack lunches.
BEAR (Be A Resource for CPS Kids)
WHO THEY ARE: Offers unique programs for abused and neglected children that provide not only the basic needs of children recently uprooted, but also supportive services that provide comfort, dignity, and celebration of success that propel the child toward a successful future
Address: 3572 E. TC Jester Blvd. Houston, Texas 77018
WHO WE SERVE: CPS kids in Harris County
WHAT WE DO: Make and donate blankets
BAMBI (Baby And Mother Bonding Initiative)
WHO THEY ARE: Provides housing and supportive services to new mothers and their newborns that are referred from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). The main goal of the program is to reduce recidivism and promote healthy parenting, recovery and life skills.
Address: 2605 Parker Rd. Houston, Texas 77093
WHO WE SERVE: Babies and Mothers - Prison Ministry
WHAT WE DO: Periodic celebrations and gifts usually around major holidays, give various donated items.
WHO THEY ARE: Filling the need to separate sex trafficked victims from the ones victimizing them and set them safely on a path of healing and restoration.
Address: P.O. Box 130484 Houston, Texas 77219
WHO WE SERVE: Women in "the life" (sisters who advertise their 'services')
WHAT WE DO: Host a monthly Phone Bank which calls women who advertise their services on the internet in the Houston area. We pray with them and offer them a 24/7 hotline number with resources and assistance if they are ready to exit the life.
Child Advocates of Fort Bend
WHO THEY ARE: Serving child victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect through two nationally-affiliated programs: Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC). They are a community supported, public/private partnership that provides all its services at no cost.
Address: 6415 Reading Road Rosenberg, Texas 77471
WHO WE SERVE: CPS kids in Fort Bend County
WHAT WE DO: Make and donate blankets, prepare and donate birthday kits (birthday party in a bag)
WHO THEY ARE: LifeHouse is a Christ-centered housing ministry ensuring life for unborn children by providing opportunities for housing, healing and hope for young women during their pregnancy and beyond.
Address: Houston, Texas 77018
WHO WE SERVE: Mothers and their babies
WHAT WE DO: Make various financial and item donations. Read stories to the children via video recordings.
Rescue US Mission
WHO THEY ARE: Provide Christ-centered care in transitional housing for survivors of human trafficking, as well as mental health counseling, vocational training, bible studies, and other activities to empower residents.
Address: 10750 Hammerly Blvd #253, Houston, Texas 77043
WHO WE SERVE: Women transitioning out of a life of exploitation.
WHAT WE DO: Provide various household items like Christmas decorations, kitchen supplies, and bedding; things to make their transition home comfortable. Assist ladies, when possible, in reaching their life goals, like starting their own businesses, or interviewing for key positions, etc.
Christ United Methodist Church-Sugar Land
WHO THEY ARE: Body of believers standing in the broad tradition of the Christian faith, as part of The United Methodist Church
Address: 3300 Austin Parkway Sugar Land, Texas 77479
WHO WE SERVE: Christ Church community, members, and missions
WHAT WE DO: Donations, financial and items, to various missions (Habitat for Humanity, Haiti Mission, Mexico Missions, clean water and wells), donations to youth (First Night Kits), host Bingo/Bunco fellowship/fundraising events for members to benefit anti-human trafficking mission partner, represent our organization via President's participation in the Church Leadership Council.
UMCOR (United Methodist Committee of Relief)
WHO THEY ARE: Assists United Methodists and churches to become directly involved in ministering to people in need. UMCOR responds to U.S. and international disasters, addresses diseases of poverty, ministers to refugees and immigrants, provides clean water and actively works to reduce hunger.
Address: 458 Ponce De Leon Ave, NE Atlanta, Georgia 30308
WHO WE SERVE: People in need around the globe.
WHAT WE DO: Collect and donate Health Kits.
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