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WHAT WE DO

New Beginnings Outreach, a.k.a. Safe Harbor, is a non-profit organization that has been committed to meeting the practical needs of communities around the world since 2006. In an effort to join those in the fight against Human Trafficking, New Beginnings Outreach will now open a transitional home in Solano County for survivors of Sex Trafficking to offer women ages 18 and over a place to live for up to 24 months. New Beginnings House will not only provide a safe place for women to heal from emotional, physical and psychological trauma, but will also offer holistic services to empower and lead women towards self-sufficiency and positive community involvement.

WHAT WE DO

New Beginnings Outreach, a.k.a. Safe Harbor, is a non-profit organization that has been committed to meeting the practical needs of communities around the world since 2006. In an effort to join those in the fight against Human Trafficking, New Beginnings Outreach will now open a transitional home in Solano County for survivors of Sex Trafficking to offer women ages 18 and over a place to live for up to 24 months. New Beginnings House will not only provide a safe place for women to heal from emotional, physical and psychological trauma, but will also offer holistic services to empower and lead women towards self-sufficiency and positive community involvement.

Our Story

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The journey began in 1991 when New Beginnings Founder and Director, Irvina Edwards, moved with her husband Jessie to Belgium on military assignment with the United States Air Force. Finding residence in a small local community, the couple was immersed in European culture and soon discovered the reality of a rapidly growing violent crime against women and children. Right down the street from where the Edwards family lived was a thriving business where prostitution was openly marketed in the window of their quaint little town. As Irvina took her daily walk into town, she passed by the corner store where women stood in the window scantily dressed waiting for the next customer to enter the establishment. Irvina remembers the reoccurring heart break as she would inch closer to the store to look upon a human being whose sense of self worth was completely non-existent. If the woman could gather enough strength to lift her head of shame and make eye contact, Irvina recalls the look of hopelessness and despair. Irvina could do nothing but cry and pray.

OUR STORY

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The journey began in 1991 when New Beginnings Founder and Director, Irvina Edwards, moved with her husband Jessie to Belgium on military assignment with the United States Air Force. Finding residence in a small local community, the couple was immersed in European culture and soon discovered the reality of a rapidly growing violent crime against women and children. Right down the street from where the Edwards family lived was a thriving business where prostitution was openly marketed in the window of their quaint little town. As Irvina took her daily walk into town, she passed by the corner store where women stood in the window scantily dressed waiting for the next customer to enter the establishment. Irvina remembers the reoccurring heart break as she would inch closer to the store to look upon a human being whose sense of self worth was completely non-existent. If the woman could gather enough strength to lift her head of shame and make eye contact, Irvina recalls the look of hopelessness and despair. Irvina could do nothing but cry and pray.

DID YOU KNOW?

 

Human Sex Trafficking is the most prevalent form of modern day slavery? Due to its low costs and huge returns, human trafficking has become one of the most profitable illicit industries in the world. The U.S. State Department estimates the revenue generated to be in excess of $32 billion per year, more than Nike, Starbucks and Google combined. It has become prevalent in all 50 states threatening sound economic development and negatively impacting the functioning of the legitimate business sector.

 

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New Beginnings House

 

The New Beginnings House mission is to empower, love and support the healing of young women, survivors of sexual exploitation, by providing a safe environment to restore wholeness and to find her God given purpose.

“It’s never too late for New Beginnings!”

 

The New Beginnings House mission is to empower, love and support the healing of young women, survivors of sexual exploitation, by providing a safe environment to restore wholeness and to find her God given purpose.

“It’s never too late for New Beginnings!”

Fighting Against Human Sex Trafficking

New Beginnings Outreach is linking arms with organizations around the globe to fight against Sex Trafficking. New Beginnings will move forward toward the goal of opening a transitional home in Solano County, CA for women ready to escape the bonds of modern day slavery.

Fighting Against Human Sex Trafficking

New Beginnings Outreach is linking arms with organizations around the globe to fight against Sex Trafficking. New Beginnings will move forward toward the goal of opening a transitional home in Solano County, CA for women ready to escape the bonds of modern day slavery.

To donate toward the establishment of New Beginnings House, please click on the ‘Donate’ button below.

 

If you would like to be added to our list of house volunteers, please register here. 

To donate toward the establishment of New Beginnings House, please click on the ‘Donate’ button below.

 If you would like to be added to our list of house volunteers, please register here. 

 

EVENTS

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Mar 18, 2018 – Speak/Resource Table at The Mission church, 6391 Leisure Town Rd, Vacaville, CA @ 10:00 am.

Mar 31, 2018 – “Freedom is Sweet” Easter Edition fundraiser at Hallmark, 2050 Harbison Dr, Vacaville, CA @ 9:00 am.

Apr 19, 2018 – Human Trafficking Awareness Conference, Ulatis Community Center, 1000 Ulatis Dr, Vacaville, CA @ 5:30pm.

May 12, 2018 – “Freedom is Sweet” Mother’s Day Edition fundraiser at Hallmark, 2050 Harbison Dr, Vacaville, CA @ 9:00 am.

May 18, 2018 – “Car Meet Fundraiser” ****See flyer below****

May 24-28, 2018 – Fiesta Days Resource Table

June 16, 2018 – High Tea, Opera House, 560 Main St, Vacaville, CA 12:00 – 2:00pm. Includes tea, tea sandwiches/finger foods and dessert.

Ladies, treat yourselves to a refreshing afternoon with a Tea Room style lunch, assorted teas and dessert in the beautiful Vacaville Opera House. Enjoy an uplifting word of encouragement from motivational speaker, Christine Riesche. Participate in our raffle to help support this worth cause! All proceeds go to support New Beginnings House, transitional home in Solano County for women escaping Human Trafficking.

Do you know a woman that could use a little pampering? Do you have a special young lady in your life 12 years and older? Bring her along!

$25 per person.

October 6-7, 2018 – Lambtown Festival Resource Table

November/December – Amazon donation campaign – Anytime you make an Amazon purchase, do so through a designated smile.amazon.com link and Amazon will donate to our organization. Link TBA

Dec 22, 2018 – Gift Wrapping Fundraiser outside Old Navy, 1641 E Monte Vista Ave, Vacaville, CA from 1:00 – 4:00pm.

Jan 19th, 2019 – Simply Elegant Gala, at the Opera House, 560 Main Street, Vacaville, CA from 6:00 – 10:00pm. (For more information contact Irvina Edwards at (707) 330 – 6995.)

 

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