BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Magdalene Hope has announced a new home for their shelter, Restoration Ranch in Bakersfield.
According to the organization, they will receive keys to the shelter in November and look forward to serving more women in the community.
We would like to thank the generous family, who have offered their house to us, rent free, for the rehabilitation and restoration of women coming out of human trafficking and the commercial sex industry. Not only does this provide a building for us to work in, it allows us to help these women build their futures.
We are forever grateful to our previous partners for graciously blessing us over the last five years. We would also like to thank the community for their continued support and prayers and the local media for their help in bringing our need to the public eye.
As we move forward, we will be looking for women to volunteer at the shelter as well as financial support for the day to day operations, food, gas, electric, water and other bills. If you would like to donate your time or a monetary gift, please contact Doug Bennett at email@example.com.
The organization's next events include the Women's Conference on November 10, the red-light district outreach in Tijuana and the two toy drives: Toys for Tijuana set for December 8 and Christmas on Union on December 22.
If you would like to participate in any of these events, visit Magdalene Hope on Facebook.