The AIM Story
When our founders Don and Bridget Brewster heard that little children were being sold for sex every night, they did not turn their backs. They moved to Cambodia to help fight for freedom and stand up for the oppressed. Here is their story…
“One girl is too many, one day is too long.”
– DON BREWSTER
So far, we have rescued over 1500 survivors and arrested over 350 traffickers.
It once took 22 days to rescue a 14-year-old girl who called us from a brothel asking for our help. When we finally got to her, we learned she had been trafficked 198 times in those 22 days. So we started our own SWAT Team so we never have to wait that long again to rescue girls like her. She is now a social worker on our SWAT Team fighting to save others from the same evil that once enslaved her.
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We know where exploited girls are, how to get them out, and what it takes for them to be free. But we can’t do it alone.
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Mission, Vision, and Values
Agape International Missions (AIM) is a Christ-led, non-denominational, not-for-profit organization that exists to glorify God through our dedicated efforts to love, protect, and care for survivors of trafficking as well as other vulnerable and exploited individuals.
Through a holistic approach of rescuing, restoring and reintegrating survivors of trafficking and preventing sexual slavery, AIM seeks to meet survivors’ spiritual, emotional, social, educational and physical needs. Our intention is that they may come to know their worth and value in Christ, develop a dependence on Him, and develop skills for a sustainable life.
To fight for freedom by rescuing, restoring and reintegrating survivors of sex trafficking through Christ’s love and Gospel. To prevent sex trafficking by protecting, equipping and empowering vulnerable and exploited communities, reducing demand and equipping the local church to do the same worldwide.
Click to read AIM’s complete Statement of Faith. Our core values are summarized below:
Serving one another with a commitment to unity, dignity, and respect; recognizing the equal value of each member of Christ’s body. (John 13:1-18; 1 Corinthians 12:1-31; Philippians 2:2-8; 1 Peter 2:16-17)