07.28.23 / Category: Impact - Grant Awards

How We Work To Remove Barriers of Education – Volume 1, Episode 12: Love146

For our final vlog episode in the “How We Work to Remove Barriers of Education” series we chose to highlight a grant award that was given to Love146, an organization working on the ground to help rescue sex trafficking victims. They believe that access to education is the answer to ending a life of brutality and oppression. Dig deeper into the impact of this grant award to learn more about how the Circle of Sisterhood is helping to remove barriers to education.

About Love146

Love 146’s mission is to rescue sex trafficking victims and reintegrate them into society. How many times does a girl need to be rescued before she can be free? Love 146 believes the answer is until she is given access to education. Love146 works to end child sex slavery through Prevention and Aftercare. Love146 believes in helping grow the movement of abolition while providing thoughtful and impactful solutions. Our $4,000 grant supported five girls in the Educational Tract of the Aftercare Reintegration Program.

Other Organizations Making an Impact Through Reintegration From Sex Trafficking

Hope for Justice (formerly Transitions Global)

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2014)


Manila, Philippines (2012)