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SHE Rescue

Project Needs

As we care for the lives of countless girls and families, there are always needs arising that we couldn’t have foreseen. We like to bring our supporters along and keep a transparent and updated list of our real, financial and material needs. To contribute to these needs, please read below and from all of us – thank you so much for your generosity. Together we are moving these lives forward.

Showing 1–16 of 22 results
    Showing 1–16 of 22 results
    • Funeral costs for Channy’s* Family $1300

      Channy* came to the SHE Rescue Home in 2014 when she was 6 years old after being sexually exploited in her community; the perpetrator paid off her family to remain quiet, but her grandmother continued to report the exploitation to the police until there was help. Channy* worked towards healing, and in September of 2017, […]

    • Help restore our house-mum’s home that was burnt down!

      One of the most vital roles within our organisation is that of our housemothers; the heart, love, oversight, and selfless care they provide is unmatched. Just last week one of our beloved housemothers and her daughter, who works in our SHE Sewing Centre, returned to their home to find it was burnt to the ground. […]

    • Medical Fund for Girls $2,600

      Debt is a great risk to trafficking and exploitation throughout Cambodia and it creates great vulnerability amongst families and communities. The greatest contributor to debt is the need for medical care families cannot afford, which oftentimes leaves them with no choice but to rely on high interest loans that are impossible to pay back and […]

    • Help upgrade our sewing centre

      In 2016 we opened our SHE Sewing Centre, and what started as a few sewing machines, has now grown into a full operation affording great hope to survivors, families, young girls and woman at risk! Today our sewing centre has six full time staff, a large cutting table, 15 sewing machines, and orders from around […]

    • A fence for Yara’s* house

      Yara* came into our care in 2017 when she was 13 years old after being sexually exploited in her community. Following her exploitation her and her family received continuous threats from the perpetrator and his family threatening to harm them, and due to corruption, Yara* did not win the court case. Her father wanted to […]

    • An Ipad for the girls!

      Fun, play, and interactivity are key parts of learning that we value and desire to provide for every girl in our home. We would love the ability to purchase an iPad in order to allow for the girls to have access to state of the art learning apps, to better equip our teachers with content, […]

    • Dental work for Srey Da

      Health and hygiene standards are typically quite low throughout Cambodia. Due to this, girls that come into our care often have heath issues that could have easily been avoided. Currently, we have one girl whose teeth need urgent attention. Many of her teeth are decayed and will need to be replaced. Additionally, her teeth are […]

    • Freshening up the SHE Home

      Like any home with many active children, the SHE Rescue Home is in need of some upkeep! We have been in this current home for the past 7 years and we value offering the girls a place that is both safe and warm to call home, so quality is of utmost importance to us. Several […]

    • Help Srey Leak* become a tailor

      After spending 15 months in the SHE Rescue Home, Srey Leak* was reintegrated back to her community nearly three years ago. Since returning home she has been using her sewing skills to repair the clothes of her neighbors and individuals in her community. Recently, 19 year old Srey Leak* moved out of her grandmother’s home […]

    • New sewing machine to expand our range of products

      In 2016 we opened our SHE Sewing Centre, and what started as a few sewing machines, has now grown into a full operation affording great hope to survivors, families, young girls and woman at risk! Today our sewing centre has six full time staff, a large cutting table, 15 sewing machines, and orders from around […]

    • Reintegration pack!

      The goal for the SHE Rescue Home is always for the girls in our care to be safely reintegrated to their family. There are many factors that are considered before a girl can go home. To assist in ensuring their safety we provide reintegration packs that include: Phone and credit, Bicycle, Bicycle pump, Water filter […]

    • Support a girls healing process

      Our incredible Khmer staff constantly look to improve their skills so that they can provide the best possible care and support for the girls. Our social workers and counsellors, work diligently to find safe and healthy reintegration options for the girls they works with. They also ensures that girls who have already been reintegrated continue […]

    • Emergency Medical treatment

      Many girls and their families come from the province with no life skills, education or training and are often sick for various reasons, ranging for consuming unclean foods and water to contracting diseases through mosquitoes. Some common illnesses our families deal with are tuberculosis, skin conditions, diabetes, reproductive health issues and infections from untreated injuries. […]

    • Help Sponsor a Girl for One Month

      We approach healing holistically with every survivor focusing on the body, soul, and mind. Your gift will help us carry out our in depth approach for a young survivor for a month.

    • Immunizations

      Help us prevent illness in survivors!

    • Kitchen Pots and Pans

      Help us supply bare necessities for survivors and families.

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