Child Recovery Missions in Partnership
About Project Rescue Children
Our mission is to rescue and protect children from child trafficking and exploitation across the globe. We achieve this through rescue, aftercare, education and awareness. We are committed to restoring and empowering the rights of every child. This is one conversation Australia is not having. The only way to combat child trafficking is to get the message out, to raise awareness and to educate the nation. So we need to start talking and we need to make our voices loud. More than a million children right now are depending on us.
Upcoming Projects to Fund
The Mama Jane & PRC Rescue Centre & Children's Home
As of 25 July 2020, PRC has taken the decision to partner with Mama Jane. Our goal is to build our own safe houses in the countries we work in. In this case however, we believe we can assist Mama Jane and the children she is struggling to take care of, with the help of you, our followers and supporters. All the children with Mama Jane, will be put in our child sponsorship program, which can be found on our Sponsorship page.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Project Rescue Children is a registered charity that relies on donations to enable us to help. We are a 100% volunteer organisation that relies on donations. There are many way to help, including donations, sponsorships, corporate partnerships and volunteering. We need your help to make a difference.
Stage One: Roofing (complete)
New security fence built from donations.
Through your donations electricity was switched on for the first time with new solar panels.
PRC SUPPORTERS & PARTNERS.
Project Rescue Children –
Project Rescue Children is instituting a donation refund policy to ensure fair and transparent processing of requests for refund of donations as digital payments are becoming more frequent. Project Rescue Children expects that all donors will exercise due care and diligence while making donations. However, Project Rescue Children is not obliged to make refunds and may, in its discretion, decline any requests for refund of donations, particularly if a tax exemption certificate has been issued.
Due to the nature of charity donations, refunds are given at the discretion of the board of Directors.
In the event of an incorrect amount being entered, or if the donation is made accidently or there is an extremely unusual circumstance, please contact Project Rescue Children in writing, using the contact information provided on the donation page. The request should have the details of the initial donation including the date, amount, name of the donor, the receipt number and the nature of the error. PRC management will review the request and respond within 48 hours.
If a donation is refunded, the associated tax receipt is no longer valid and should be destroyed.
Please note: refunds of amounts donated will not automatically be made simply because you have changed your mind.
If a donation return request is successful, the return can only be made to the individual who made the donation.
The Charity will not return the donation to any account other than one registered with the donor. If you have any questions, concerns, requests, or comments about privacy, you can contact Project Rescue Children by email.