Welcome to Safe House of Hope. We are a volunteer-run and -led 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organization that welcomes people from all backgrounds and spiritual traditions. We provide education, training, and support to help victims of human trafficking become an active part of a healthy community. Please explore our website to learn more about human trafficking and how you can help work towards the abolition of modern day slavery. No matter your resources, creed, or skills, there is some way that you can help make a difference. Together we can change lives!

News & Events

September 13th, 2014

Come out to Bethel Christian Academy in Savage, MD on Saturday September 13th to support Safe House of Hope and raise awareness of human trafficking in Maryland. Join us for a pre-race rally and awareness night on Friday, September 12th, at 7pm at Bethel Assembly of God in Jessup. The rally will feature speakers to talk about the issue of human trafficking in our country, and to share with you the many ways in which Safe House of Hope is working to help current and past victims of human trafficking, as well as to prevent future victims.

Race Fees: 5K run/walk – $20; 1 mile fun run – $10

Fri Night Rally:  Bethel Assembly of God, 9001 Vollmerhausen Road, Jessup, MD 20794

Sat Race Location: Bethel Christian Academy, 8455 Savage-Guilford Road, Savage MD 20763

Race Time: Check-in begins at 7:30 am, Race begins at 8:30 am


“8 Days” Film Premiere Event!

September 18th, 2014

Join Safe House of Hope as we host the Maryland/DC premiere of “8 Days”, a film inspired by true events. The film will be shown in 8 cities nationwide over 4 weeks, and serves two purposes: to shed light on the trafficking of American children, and to raise funds to support anti-trafficking organizations across the country. 80% of the proceeds from each premiere will be donated to a local anti-human trafficking agency – for the D.C. premiere of “8 Days”, Safe House of Hope is the beneficiary. Tickets are available today!

United States Navy Memorial Foundation
701 Pennsylvania Avenue
NW suite 123
Washington, DC 20004-2608

5:30pm arrival. 6:00pm red carpet. 7:00pm screening.

Tickets: $10
Purchase in advance at http://www.findamber.com/


October 4th, 2014

National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Join Safe House of Hope’s team at the 2014 SMS Walkfest to help increase awareness of human trafficking and raise funds for Safe House of Hope. This annual event is held at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. and provides an opportunity to interact with other local anti-human trafficking organizations. All registered participants receive matching shirts and then march together around the Washington Monument to speak out against human trafficking and raise public awareness of this persisting modern form of slavery. Walk begins at 10 am. More event details can be found HERE.

Early-bird Registration Discounts (before 9/15): General Registration $20, Student Registration $10

CLICK HERE to join our team or make a donation.

HT101 class has moved!!

Now on the 2nd Tuesday of every month, 7pm – 9pm

Next Topic:  Saving our Children: How Traffickers Prey on our Youth – Signs & Prevention – September 9, 2014 at the Curtis Bay drop-in center.

Volunteers Urgently Needed

One-on-One Client Advocates

Advocacy workers go with clients to any meeting or service the client is having difficulty navigating on her own, such as court or social services. An advocate always looks out for the client’s best interest and teaches the client how to stand up for herself. Advocates will also call and check in on clients and build relationships with them.

Next Advocate Training: Thursday, Sept 18, 7pm – 9pm

CLICK HERE to register.

Teachers and other Drop-in Center Volunteers

We always welcome volunteers to come and teach clients all kinds of different skills and activities. Please click here to email our Drop-in Coordinator Michaela Benson or call her at 443-312-6729 during Drop-in Center hours to learn more.

Next Drop-in Worker Training: Thurs, Sept 18, 3pm-5pm

CLICK HERE to register.

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