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Our Purpose


A Place of Hope and Freedom

“Vindicate the Weak and Fatherless; Do Justice to the Afflicted and Destitute, Rescue the Weak and Needy; Deliver them out of the Hand of the Wicked.”  Psalm 82:3-4



“My daughter, shall I not seek rest or a home for you, that you may prosper?” Ruth 3:1

HopeGiver Partners

M. Geisenberg, A & D Leon, B. Frazier, L. Merschdorf, E. Steadman,  P. Sallee’,  S.Gibson


Our project is to open a transitional home for Women (18 yrs. and older) who have been rescued from Human Trafficking. This will be a program for the rescued victims to receive Intensive Counseling, Trauma Therapy, Life Skills training. They will obtain job skills such as writing a resume’, going on job interviews, cooking, budgeting.  In addition, they will receive daily spiritual training from Gods’ Word to realize their great worth and value as they obtain their TRUE identity in Christ. We need your help!

Contact Us


    • WE ARE IN NEED OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS; Gas cards Gift Cards Office Supplies Phone cards Pre Paid Phones
    • A HOME (s)
    • Van or Car(s)
    • VOLUNTEERS to raise funds.  
    • Speakers for Education and Awareness.
    • PRAYER!!!!




Another easy way to donate is through shopping on Amazon and choosing us as your selected charity. Just click HERE, and log into your Amazon account….. Then, shop,  and 0.5% of your spending will be donated to The Ruth House.

The Ruth House Car

This car was donated to The Ruth House by an anonymous contributor. It’s almost brand new, only 4500 miles. We are totally overwhelmed with the goodness and faithfulness of our God! A House is next!

The Ruth House is Dedicated to Betty Ruth Frazier, her Daughter, Donna Ruth Sallee’, and her grand-daughter, Kallai Ruth Santana. Ruth, in the Bible was a perfect example of a woman who lost everything but God restored more back to her than she lost. She lost her husband, her country, and her identity, then through a series of events God brought her hope and freedom to live again. She married a rich man, had a child, and was well known and respected in her new country! READ THE Book of Ruth