Monthly Spotlight: 10% of this month's profits will go to rescuing sex trafficked victims

Agape International Missions (AIM) was founded on the ground in Cambodia in 1988 as a humanitarian aid and church planting organization. Since 2005, our ministries have focused on ending the evil of child sexual slavery.

AIM takes a holistic approach to fighting trafficking, restoring victims and transforming communities, in order to defeat trafficking. Our projects Prevent, Rescue, Restore and Reintegrate.

AIM has a US Headquarters in California with administrative staff and local, in-country staff for our programs.

AIM Restoration Home (ARH) opened in 2006 as a beautiful, safe haven for rescued girls to get the holistic rehabilitation they need to live full, healed lives. After just a year, they had 52 rescued girls on the road to recovery.

Now with the goal to Prevent, Rescue, Restore, and Reintegrate, AIM has expanded to multiple Rahab’s House community centers, a Lord’s Gym reaching potential pimps and traffickers, AIM Employment Center (AEC) giving young women a career in textiles, and a network of Cambodian Churches who are now educated about the issue they didn’t even see back in 2005. The AIM SWAT Team rescues girls and women trapped in the sex trade, and AIM equips churches to fight trafficking in Cambodia and the USA with a Sex Trafficking Prevention Workshop.