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Recommended Organizations

HtH partners with ministries that do front-line justice work, supporting their awareness and fundraising efforts.

Listed below are some of the organizations we have been privileged to partner with. Check them out, we are their fans! 

Humanitarian Aid Response Team

HART is dedicated to alleviating poverty and injustice in Eastern Europe by working alongside local Christian leaders, organizations and churches – giving them the tools to build a better world for themselves, their communities and their countries.

HART is engaged in a wide range of initiatives including child sponsorship, summer camp ministry, education funding, anti-human trafficking programs, refugee support, community and leadership development. 

International Justice Mission

IJM is a global organization that aims to protect the most vulnerable and poor people from violence, such as sex trafficking, bonded labour, land grabbing, police and legal system corruption.

IJM's global team includes hundreds of lawyers, investigators, social workers, community activists and other professionals at work in nearly 20 communities. They work together to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems.

HopeShares Canada is a faith-based community development organization focused on alleviating social poverty and enhancing communities' self-sustainability, through partnerships with Seed of Hope South Africa and locally-based organizations and leaders. 

HopeShares primarily supports the Seed of Hope community development centre in Bhekulwandle, a township near Durban, South Africa. A HtH Learning & Serving team traveled there in 2011.

Youth Unlimited of Calgary's Streetlight program aims to reach youth who are living on the streets or who are involved in human trafficking through mobile drop-in centres in Bowness and in the Downtown Core, as well as through two 24/7 crisis lines. StreetLight strives to provide a safe environment and resources for these vulnerable youth, and facilitates mentorship relationships to help them make positive life changes.

Christ Heals In Low Lights

Through education and partnerships, CHILL mobilizes for prevention, intervention, and recovery of those impacted by exploitation. They aim to provide communities of safety and belonging, where individuals are empowered to discover a brighter future.

Services include: coaching, career & academic guidance, community nights, practical and drop-in support, school education, spiritual direction.

Emma House is a place where expectant mothers, faced with unplanned pregnancies, can live in a safe and supportive environment as they make plans about their future.  Women are offered time to find long-term housing and decide whether to place their babies for adoption or raise them on their own. 

The Sonshine Centre offers shelter spaces for women and children fleeing domestic violence and abuse. They offer a full-year residential program, followed by six months of follow-up to help clients integrate safely into their own place. 

The Walk is a group that seeks to connect with and care for women and men who are involved in, or journeying out of the sex industry in the Calgary area. Regularly walking the streets of YYC, they seek to reach out in authentic friendship to affect genuine hope for a future of purpose and joy. 

Compassion is one of the world's leading child development organizations. They partner with local churches in 25 countries to end poverty in the lives of children and their families. 

Compassion seeks to develop children in all the different aspects of their lives—their minds, bodies and relationships while discovering God’s love for them in the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Opportunity International is a global microfinance organization, providing financial products such as business loans, savings, insurance, and financial training to the economically active poor. OI serves people who are often unable to access traditional banking services, believing that they are worth investing in.

 

The grand majority of loan clients are women, and OI boasts a loan repayment rate well over 95%. The Canadian branch of OI supports clients in Colombia, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, and Honduras. 

Next Step Ministries is a Christian organization that was established in 2010  to help meet the needs of vulnerable and exploited people in the community of Calgary. Today, NSM has four programs (outreach, housing, day program, & follow care) that work together to help women exit sexual exploitation and move towards a life of hope and healing.

Recently celebrating their 40th anniversary, Kingsfold Retreat Centre is a place for rest, renewal and spiritual discovery in the context of Christian hospitality. Guests come for personal retreat, group retreats and specific themed retreats.