Our Beautiful Exchange is for any woman who wishes to transition away from the sex industry, abuse, and exploitation into healing and wholeness.
We provide services and are a bridge to resources for basic needs, alternate job opportunities, counseling, financial counseling, medical and dental care, and obtaining a GED or higher education opportunities.
Developing a personal goal plan and entering into a working relationship with us, when you are ready to take this step, is the beginning of this beautiful exchange.
As we build relationships and begin to walk as friends, modeling a spirit of compassion and understanding, the need for advocates, mentors, and professionals as part of this community is vital.
We partner and network with individual businesses, medical and dental agencies, food banks, churches, literacy councils, housing programs, other ministries as we continuously build this support network.
Secure online donations can be made through Donations on a one-time basis or set up on a recurring monthly basis.Payable to: Our Beautiful Exchange or She’s Somebody’s Daughter Mailed to: 1152 Mae Street, #233, Hummelstown, PA 17036
|Become part of our community by serving in one of the following areas.|
|Prayer Team||Fundraising Support|
|Meal Team||Food Contribution|
|Gift Team||Gift Bag Assembly|
|Connecting Team||Represent SSD/OurBe at Conferences/Events; Setup Display Table|
|Mentoring||Plan and Facilitate Special Connecting Events|
|Office Help||Jewelry Initiative|
|Use our volunteer information page to indicate your interest or ask further questions about getting involved, and to download our volunteer application.|
The focus of OurBE for 2016 is to grow in two strategic areas:
We need you! We need strategic partnerships within our community, volunteers to walk with the women we serve, as well as serve behind the scenes. Consider giving a financial gift to continue to build this community of love and hope.
It is our mission to offer a community of love and hope to sexually exploited women and those who work in the sex industry, developing the kind of relationships where sharing the love of Christ can happen naturally. (Statement of Beliefs)
Our community consists of the women we serve, as well as :
Friends ~ including visiting teams and volunteers.
Mentors ~ including women’s groups, teachers, and pastors.
Advocates ~ including social workers and counselors.
Professionals ~ including attorneys, dentists, graphic designers and trauma-informed therapists.