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Causes: AIDS, AIDS Research, Disaster Aid, Health, Human Service Organizations, Human Services, International, International Relief

Mission: Cents of Relief endeavors to allow vulnerable populations, particularly women in prostitution and their children, access to healthcare and prevention from human trafficking. Our projects are dedicated towards providing educational opportunities, improving healthcare, and stopping human trafficking in hopes of permitting these individuals to enjoy the basic necessities of life.

Target demographics: Women and children who have been trafficked or are at risk of human trafficking.

Geographic areas served: South Asia

Programs: Burn Surgery International, CoR Comic Book Series, eMentoring, Rx Healthy Solutions, Crafting Change

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I came across Cents of Relief via a friend who knew Rina. Over the last few months, I have been following the cause and it warms my heart to see all of the progress the team is making on so many levels of relief. From assisting burn victims, to distributing safety comics and launching innovative fundraising programs- I feel this is a charity that I can relate to as someone with the youthful energy to make a difference. Helping Cents of Relief goes beyond just the piece of mind of helping charity, it helps you make a real impact.


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I have met with the people involved in trying to make a difference with this organization and it is very clear that they all have a high level of passion to make a difference. They do fundraisers and try to raise awareness in such a personalized way. I hope they can gain the support they need to expand.


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Went to a fundraising event in the spring and saw that everyone involved is really trying to make a difference and is genuinely interested in halping the children in India.