Mission: To provide rescue, resources and restoration to individuals that because of their circumstances do not have their most basic human needs met so that they too can discover and fulfill their life's purpose.
Programs: Cww builds homes for victims of sex trafficking so their unique needs are met in a safe, loving, family environment. We refer to these homes as courage houses. These houses provide a comprehensive, holistic approach for the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of these traumatized children. We advocate for their rights within the child welfare and juvenile justice systems so they can be free of stereotypes, labels, and undeserved punishment. If necessary, we intervene in unsafe family situations so they can be free of unhealthy generational tendencies and addictions. We equip, encourage, and empower them to face their perpetrator in court, testifying to the torture they endured, so they can be set free from fear, intimidation, and manipulation. We provide tools and services to help rescue them from their own negative thought patterns and emotions. Cww is a recognized anti-trafficking leader and tireless advocate. In that role we allocate resources to preventing the crime and providing justice for victims. Cww has hundreds of volunteers who work diligently in all areas, including putting on events, assisting with counseling and care of children in our homes, groundskeepers, marketing, legal services, and office workers. They have logged over 8000 hours worth over $160,000. In addition, over 1300 contributors have supported cww. Total noncash donations, including those required to be recorded in the financial statements, were worth over $65,000.
home in africa for victims of sex trafficking so their unique needs are met in a safe, loving, family environment. See further description in schedule 0 for line 4a
cww holds events, such as concerts, summits, and training events, to educate the public and law enforcement workers about the sex trafficking trade and resulting trauma to the victims.
This organization and its founder, J. Williamson, were spotlighted in an article in the CLARIONLEDGER.COM (Clarion Ledger newspaper, Jackson, Mississippi,) on 4-19, 2015. Very shallow article. Searches don't bode well for the organization; no current info.
This organization operates as a group-home funded by county and federal funding which is $9,000 per bed per month - they are licensed for six beds for a total of $54,000 per month yet they continually raise funds from the faith community. Other licensed programs are transparent about this but this organization is not but instead has changed their name to Courage Worldwide to now say they are building homes around the world.... This organization is fraudulent and needs to be audited.