Door to Grace
About The Organization
The vision of Door to Grace (DTG) is to “restore life to children” rescued from sex trafficking in Oregon. DTG was launched in 2009 as an initiative by one Portland-area church, but quickly grew as other churches and organizations learning about its vision. DTG received its IRS tax-exempt status in November 2009. Currently, DTG is providing daytime support services for minor sex trafficking victims in Oregon, primarily in the Willamette Valley. Door to Grace’s goal is to foster healthy relationships and move these children from surviving to thriving with productive lives in our communities.
As part of its mission, Door to Grace:
- Provides as-needed support services including medical, educational, recreational, relational, and faith development through all host homes and its REACH (Restore, Educate, Activity, Community, Home) daytime program.
- Trains and equips Christian churches, their members, and communities at large to provide safe, healthy relationship and long-term support to sex trafficking survivors.
- Collaborates with local social service agencies who are also working with these youth.
How You Can Help
Donate funds, food, snacks or supplies for the day home.
Introduce your friends to Door to Grace.
Volunteer to help with the REACH daytime program or to provide administrative support.
Become a mentor volunteer to one of our “grace” girls.
Door to Grace provides training on trauma and abuse, adolescent growth and development, and behavior management for volunteers who work directly with the girls. If you are interested in volunteering at the Day Home or making a financial donation, please use contact information below.
- P.O. Box 12049
Portland, OR 97212