Save the Children Fund
Updated: Apr 25, 2022
OUR currently supports operation and aftercare efforts in 28 different countries and 48 U.S. states. OUR works with law enforcement to free victims of human trafficking and exploitation, then they work to break the cycle.
Just as the underground railroad was a network of secret routes and safe houses in the U.S. in the early-mid 19th century in order to create a path to freedom for African Americans, OUR is inspired to do the same for the innocent victims of sex trafficking.
There are six main steps in OUR’s process:
Access the feasibility of rescue
Research the location
Design a strategy
Recover the children
Arrest, try, and convict the perpetrators
Once victims are freed, OUR provides support to the survivors of human trafficking and exploitation in their healing process, also known as aftercare, by meeting their individual needs.
As part of the prevention process, OUR has started a project called Children Need Families. Every child deserves the security of a stable, loving family.
As a project of Operation Underground Railroad, CNF is committed to efforts that benefit at-risk children and youth across the globe. Those efforts include adoption grants, collaborations and outreach.
Through our new Save the Children Fund, we will be supporting OUR by making a donation for every person who enrolls into a Medicare plan through our Agency. Enrolling in a Medicare plan through Your Local Medicare Help means you are playing a part in helping save the lives of children around the world.
With our new Save the Children Fund, we have a goal of raising $100,000 to be donated to OUR over the next 5 years.
OUR is not a government agency, they are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that relies one hundred percent on donations to save children. And they do it because no child should be sex slave.
If you’re considering enrolling in a Medicare plan and you want to make a difference in the lives of innocent children, contact Your Local Medicare Help and speak with one of our insurance agents today.