Agape International Mission (AIM) began in 1988 in Cambodia as a humanitarian aid organization. Since 2005, AIM’s main purpose has been to eradicate the evil of child sex slavery. AIM takes a holistic, four-pronged approach to combat human trafficking and change lives and communities, working to prevent, rescue, restore and reintegrate.

In 2017, nearly 500 people were impacted by AIM’s Prevention programs each month, more than 150 girls and women were rescued from trafficking and 53 girls and women have been reintegrated through AIM Restoration Home and AIM’s Transitional Homes.

The Village Chapel has been a faithful sponsor of AIM’s work for several years. When you give to TVC, you are a partner in the work of AIM in Cambodia to see lives restored through the power of Christ. Please continue to pray AIM’s work and ministry.

CEO/Co-founder Don Brewster and AIM were recently awarded one of the highest honors by the Cambodian government for the organization’s work. In the last weeks of 2017, AIM didn’t slow down, conducting three very successful raids to combat trafficking. For more information about recent projects or to find out how you can be involved in the mission and work of AIM, go to agapewebsite.org.