- $20 covers education scholarships for 2 underprivileged children
- $50 provides transportation for Selah House children
- $100 covers investigation, rescue, medical costs, and welcome gift (clothes, books, toys) for victim
- $500 supplies groceries for Selah House
- $1000 covers the rental/utilities of Selah House, Cambodia
- $100 – Educates a child for 1 year.
- $200 – Funds a small microenterprise for a family (e.g. sewing machine)
- $500 – Funds a larger micro enterprise (e.g. motorcycle taxi)
- $1000 – Allows us to keep a child at Selah House for one year.
- $3000 – Keeps Selah House’s doors open for one month.
In Honor of Natalie Choate
Natalie Choate, friend and fellow freedom-fighter.
That’s how we remember her. Every conversation we had with Natalie, before she went Home in 2013, was about her intense desire to be actively confronting and eradicating slavery. One God-inspired idea that she shared with us was that of a clothing line that would be used to bring awareness to the issue of trafficking. The Choates also decided that proceeds from that clothing sale would benefit the fight to end trafficking and restore its victims. That’s how Anthem Wear was born–in the heart of people who said, “I can’t just sit here and watch–I’ll use my talents and let God take it somewhere.” And He has… He’s taken Anthem Wear’s vision to the streets of Urban America, SE Asia, and places beyond. We honor Natalie and her beautiful heart. If you’d like to give in remembrance of Natalie, please indicate so on the reference line.