Zoë Ministries of Delaware
The mission of Zoe Ministries is to provide safety, healing, and advocacy for those impacted or potentially impacted by sex trafficking.
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Preventive Education (Power Over Predators)
- Youth Groups
- Boys & Girls Clubs
- Youth Serving Agencies (State & Private)
- Children in Foster Care
- Community Organizations
- Foster Care Parents
- Recovery & Wellness Groups
- Medical Providers
- Social Services
- Law Enforcement
- School Administration
- Mental Health Providers
88% of all sex trafficking happens on the internet
– Power Over Predators 2018
2021 Program Outcomes
13 clients served during 91 mentorship sessions.
337 youth educated through Power Over Predators (POP) Curriculum.
40 clients received clinical counseling.
903 adults attended community and professional trainings.
What is Human Trafficking?
“Human trafficking is modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act; or, commercial sex involving a person under 18 years of age.”
– U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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Giving By Check
You may give by mail using the following address:
Zoe Ministries, Inc.
PO Box 26
Greenwood, DE 19950
How Donations Are Used
Donations have been utilized for renovations of the house, horse barn, and outbuilding, including security systems and exterior improvements. We have added staff positions to accommodate our growth and the house and acreage belong to Zoe – all are debt-free!
Listed below are Zoe’s primary lanes of impact, as well as the level of involvement that volunteers need to serve in that role (Associate, Advocate, and Ally levels).
Session Leaders (Ally) and Transportation (Advocate)
Presenters (Ally) and Graphic / Tech assistance (Associate)
Groundskeeping (Associate) and Housekeeping (Associate)
Fundraising and events
Apple Dumpling event, Trails Against Trafficking, Thankful Thursday, booths at events, and various tasks at dates to be determined (All Levels)
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$285,000 in 2022
Let’s Beat Sex Trafficking
We’ve received $285,000 in grants in 2022. The Matt Haley Trust, Laffey-McHugh Foundation, Crestlea Foundation, and Crystal Trust Foundation were responsible for gifting us these funds.
But we still have a lot of work to do!
Are you interested in volunteering for Zoë Ministries? Then we welcome you to join us at our volunteer orientation. Please see details below.
When: Saturday, May 21 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Where: The Simpson Community Center located at 8 Rd 4, Camden, DE 19934. (Please park at Whatcoat United Methodist Church, located at 16 Rd 4, Camden, DE 19934, and follow the sidewalk to the Simpson Center.)
What: At this orientation, you will learn more about Zoë Ministries, our mission, our programs, and what you can do to help.
Before attending, we ask that you visit our VOLUNTEER PAGE and fulfill the requirements listed there. These include filling out our volunteer application and non-disclosure form and watching the TEDx Talks videos to learn more about trafficking.
Please come to the orientation prepared to discuss all materials. We hope to see you there!
We invite you to bring your friends and family and join us for a fun evening at Hudson Fields! See details below.
Riverwalk Freedom Festival
This is an all-day outdoor festival hosted by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford to commemorate the anniversary of September 11, 2001. The festival begins at 9:00 am and is located at Bicentennial Park in Milford, DE (205 NE Front St., Milford, DE 19963).
Zoë Ministries will be attending this event, so please feel free to stop by our table – we would love to say hi to you! See you there!
An encouragement ministry
But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.
Myth: Human trafficking involves moving, traveling or transporting a person across state or national borders.
Reality: The crime of human trafficking does not require any movement whatsoever. Survivors can be recruited and trafficked in their own home towns, even their own homes.
Our Partners & Sponsors
We are deeply grateful for the generous donations from individuals in the private sector, community partners and foundations that have linked arms with us in anti-trafficking work this year! Despite CoVID, your hearts and generosity have greatly impacted this state! We have purchased a mortgage-free home and property, received funds for renovations, security and new positions on our staff!
We recognize that God receives the glory–and we give it fully to Him! We are humbled by the gifts given by hearts that have been moved to become a voice for the voiceless…and we are incredibly grateful! THANK YOU!