Gift Drive for Survivors of Child Sex Trafficking

hopeSARC’s program for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) invites you to participate in our annual holiday gift drive!! Approximately 100 CSEC survivors currently participating in our programs will receive a gift this holiday season…. with YOUR help! 



It is a simple process:

STEP 1) Visit our Target Registry:


STEP 2) Purchasing the  item(s) you’d like to give
STEP 3)  Select the option to have them mailed to

SARC CSEC Program c/o Imago Dai – 1302 NE Ankeny St. Portland, OR 97214

That’s it!!

Our volunteers and staff will do the rest, wrapping and personally delivering the gifts to approximately 100 CSEC survivors currently participating in our programs.

A general gift set will include:

-Comfy slippers
-Super soft blanket
-Makeup set
-Bath & body lotion kit
-Girls Like Us: Fighting for a World Where Girls Are Not 
for Sale, a memoir by Rachel Lloyd

If you want your gifts to be included in the holiday packages the youth will receive, please send the package no later than December 20th. If you miss the deadline, don’t worry! It’s never too late to give and we appreciate the support we receive throughout the year.

Thank you in advance for supporting the incredible youth we have the privilege of working with. Without the love of our family, friends and community we would not be able to do the work that we do!

SARC’s CSEC program

We provide the following services to youth 12-17 years old in Multnomah & Washington Counties:

-24-hour crisis response & advocacy
-Community-based case management
-Accompaniment to law enforcement interviews, medical
exams, and other systems related processes
-Provision of hygiene & medical supplies

new! Resilient Young Adult Survivor Empowerment (RYSE) 

This program provides the following services to young adults 18-23 currently involved in the SARC program:

-Individual case management & advocacy through our
new Drop-In Center
-Law enforcement & court accompaniment
-Skills-based workshops and resource referrals
-Provision of hygiene & medical supplies
-Empowerment & leadership opportunities

Both programs bring a whole lot of love, compassion, & empowerment using a strengths-based model of support to the amazing youth we work with.


For more information on sex trafficking in the U.S. check out these websites:

End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT USA)

Polaris Project 

GEMS (Girls Education & Mentoring Services)

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