Move Your Body. Change A Life.
Move your body. Change a Life.
Changing a life can be as simple as moving your body.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to join all of the girls and staff of My Refuge House every day during the month of May. You can run, walk, dance, cycle, or participate in any other fitness activity. Invite your friends and family to sponsor the movement or join your team. Together we will raise awareness about human trafficking and financially support the life-giving work happening at My Refuge House.
Movement for Freedom was created in 2015 as a way for individuals and teams to give back to the life-changing work of My Refuge House through exercise and movement.
My Refuge House is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that restores survivors of online sexual exploitation of children (OSEC), commercial sexual exploitation (CSE), and abuse. My Refuge House is dedicated to providing the best comprehensive and therapeutic care so that each girl can stand on her own. We believe a loving and caring atmosphere is the foundation for any healing environment. There is a family-like environment between staff and girls that draws upon Filipino culture through family meetings, outings, and activities. Since 2008, we have provided long-term aftercare for over 40 survivors as they reclaim their lives. In 2015, we added another home to increase long-term capacity, created a transition program for our older girls, and began a community outreach program focused on prevention and advocacy.d began a community outreach program focused on prevention and advocacy.
join the movement
Three steps to get started with Movement For Freedom.
Commit to helping change a life through your fitness activity.
Create your challenge. Set a giving goal based on your movement/fitness target and set up your fundraising page through Join the Movement.
"I'm committed to ending human trafficking and will be dedicating my yoga practice to the girls of My Refuge House."
"How fun it is to think I can dance or Zumba to help to set girls free."
"I'm a dedicated runner and will be running for the girls at My Refuge House."