Walk Her Home is a 501(c)3 charity governed by a Board of Directors with a mission to fight human sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in the United States. Our mission is to raise awareness of the factors that drive demand for trafficking and support the restoration of victim-survivors of sexual exploitation.
Our second annual walk was held on October 6, 2018. The first WHH 5K walk was held on October 7, 2017 at the Westtown School in West Chester, PA.
A percentage of the proceeds from participants, donors and sponsors of our charity fundraising efforts will be distributed to our current selected organizations.
Current Supported Partners
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (endsexualexploitation.org)
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is the leading national organization exposing the links between all forms of sexual exploitation such as child sexual abuse, prostitution, sex trafficking and the public health crisis of pornography. As the thread of pornography in the web of sexual exploitation is systemically overlooked by society, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation has prominently advanced this issue as a central pillar of its projects in order to promote more holistic solutions.
National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance (shelteredalliance.org)
To foster a community of service providers for survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation that work together to improve competency, increase credibility, and become a collective voice for change.
Sue with representatives from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation and the National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance.
Dawn’s Place (ahomefordawn.org)
Dawn’s Place supports women affected by commercial sexual exploitation and its abuse by providing services to women, raising awareness through education, and generating prevention, public policy reform and community collaborations. Dawn’s Place provides housing, trauma recovery services, vocational training and other services.
Presentation of a check to Dawn’s Place on December 20, 2018.
Presentation of a check to Dawn’s Place on December 20, 2017.
Salvation Army’s New Day New Home
In January 2017, the Salvation Army opened its first live-in residence at an undisclosed location in the greater Philadelphia area. The Salvation Army’s New Day New Home is an operating residence for women from 18 to 24 years of age, who were trafficked as minors, and are “aging out” of child protective services.
Presentation of our second check to Salvation Army’s New Day New Home on December 13, 2018.
Presentation of our first check to Salvation Army’s New Day New Home on November 28, 2017.
Past Supported Organizations
From Liberty to Captivity