One Girl Prayer Initiative

One Girl Prayer Initiative

TOTAL INTERCEPTIONS SINCE 2009:    10,502

TOTAL ONE GIRL PRAYER WARRIORS:   12,468

It's estimated that nearly 30,000 Nepali and Bangladeshi girls are trafficked each year into the sex slave industry. These girls are deceived and taken at a very young age. Most often, the girls trafficked out of Nepal and Bangladesh are teenagers, but Tiny Hands has intercepted girls as young as six.

With that in mind, Tiny Hands International is encouraging at least 30,000 people to “spiritually adopt” one of those innocent girls. 

Everyone who participates as a prayer warrior will receive a One Girl bracelet. The bracelet serves as a reminder to pray each day for a girl who is vulnerable to trafficking, one being trafficked at this moment, or the one who is currently enslaved in a brothel.

The bracelet you recieve when you join us is handcrafted. It’s braided black band represents the darkness and bondage of trafficking. The stone represents your “adopted girl”. The stones golden color represents God’s light of hope. You will also receive up-to-date reports, stories and testimonials from our border monitoring stations and restoration homes. The option to receive “Intercepted” text messages from our border staff is also available.

You will be asked to donate only $10 for each bracelet. This donation covers the cost of shipping as well as what we pay the girls who make each bracelet. You may be asked to renew your $10 donation each year as it will directly benefit Tiny Hands efforts to fight this great injustice.*  Your prayers and support will help us eradicate sex trafficking in and from Nepal.

One Girl is a prayer initiative, not a fundraising effort. Yet some people feel called to give “Beyond the Bracelet”. We are grateful for these gifts that will be used specifically in our fight against *trafficking.

*All gifts “Beyond the Bracelet” will be used to support our Border Monitoring Stations, Safe Homes, Investigationand Aftercare/vocational training, spiritual development of the girls we protect, support and defend.

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