The ability to bless our survivors with a home that encompasses comfort, restfulness, and peace is phenomenal to their recovery.  Survivors come from a place of anxiety, violence, abandonment and constant movement.  Traffickers control every aspect of their lives.  Your generosity to furnish a safe, secure place for these survivors will bless them for years to come.

$25 – Throw blanket, shower curtain & bathmat, wall decor.

$50 – Mirror, lamp, towels, bath accessory kit, throw pillows, blender, toaster.

$100 – Wall décor, coffee maker.

$150 – Pillows, bedding, area rug, ottoman, nightstand.

$250 – Desk , large area rug, kitchen essentials, chair.

$500 – Bed frame with headboard & footboard, mattress and boxspring.

$1000 – Washer/dryer set.

$1800 – Furnish survivor’s entire bedroom and bathroom.

$2850 – Furnish living room furniture set for cottage.

$3000 – All kitchen furniture, appliances and tableware.

Reflection Ministries is honored by your generosity and is committed to using your donation in the most effective way possible to meet the needs of the survivors that are blessed by your gift.  The furnishings reflect the necessary needed items at the village, and the pricing is based on periodic surveys from multiple sources.  All contributions will be applied to the category designated or the most similar category.  All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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RECOGNITION OF EXEMPTION FROM INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE:
501 (c) (3) Charitable Organization (Established May 8, 2017) Reflection Ministries, Inc. Shall conduct any and all activities deemed necessary and proper by the Board of Directors consistent with the laws of the United States of America and the State of Texas. Said activities shall include, but not be limited to:
(a) The provision of immediate and long-term freedom for adult victims of sex trafficking, or of any form of commercial sexual exploitation, through protective housing, health services, counseling, identity recovery, education and job skills assessment and the development of life skills necessary for reintegration into a non-victim community; and
(b) The increase of public awareness of the danger signs and prevention of sexual exploitation and trafficking through the development of age appropriate educational curricula and programs for children in elementary and secondary schools as well as for educators, youth workers, counselors, and pastors.