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My Sisters' Place


 We advocate on behalf of thousands of women and children trapped in human sex trafficking, modern-day slavery, and domestic violence all over the world.​​

DONATE NOW
For a few pennies a day, you could change the life of a child.  Your donation will help feed and clothe children in need.
 
 SCHOLARSHIP
Our scholarship program is designed to assist children in need of financial aid.  Scholarships will be used to further education.
SAVE A CHILD
The money you donate today will forever change the life of a child in need. 
 

How can you help? 

Our team is committed to the movement of aiding victims of human trafficking.

Each day, when survivors of human trafficking walk into My Sister’s Place Haiti for the first time, they get what they need immediately. 

In addition to a caring environment, they receive meals, a warm bed and clean clothes.  Victims also receive medical care if required.  

Everyone can get involved. Check out this video of  a local school that partnered with us to provide school supplies and canned goods for our organization. 
 
 
About Us
We are on a mission to end human trafficking
OUR HISTORY
WHAT  WE DO
WHO WE ARE

We exist to identify, rescue and restore those victimized and vulnerable to human trafficking. We provide a safe environment, access to healthcare,  and vocational and technology education.  We increase the opportunities available to the participants in our program. 

​In late 2005, Mia made a life changing decision which led to her establishing My Sister’s Place Haiti.  This decision was one that  altered her life and  the lives of hundreds of young women and their families for years to come. 
We actively pursue the protection of  human rights for women and girls by fighting human trafficking and modern-day slavery in Haiti.
Human Predators Stalk Haiti's Vulnerable Kids
Deportation Cruelty Is The Last Thing The Dominican Republic's Cruel Image Needs
Time article written by
Tim Padgett with Bobby Ghosh
WLRN-NPR article written by
Tim Padgette
 
Time Article
WLRN Article
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