Our team values our financial partners and operates in the best interest of our givers while still ensuring we’re ethical and compassionate with the people we serve. We also have made a pledge to ethical storytelling to ensure we don’t sensationalize or re-exploit victims. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at finance@LavishedMinistries.com and we will be happy to provide the information you’re requesting.
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Your donations to Lavished Ministries Inc go to direct services, admin costs, and ongoing training. Help us continue and expand the work of Lavished Ministries by becoming a monthly or one-time donor. Lavished Ministries is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible through Lavished Ministries Inc.
Our Founder & Executive Director is responsible for raising her own financial support at an Assemblies of God U.S. Missionary! Support Nicole Rice, a missionary to women in the adult entertainment industry, by becoming a monthly donor. All donations are tax-deductible through the Assemblies of God.
Lavished Ministries serves women in or desiring to transition out of the adult entertainment industry, offering support, affirming hope, restoring value, and creating a path towards a positive future.
Kendra didn’t plan to work in the sex industry. After moving to Florida, she became a barista. What started as a seemingly harmless relationship with a local bouncer slowly developed into something that changed the entire course of her life.
“There was no bag over the head, we are now trafficking you.
It was a process.”
Kendra found Lavished Ministries after ten years in the sex industry. She was also enduring a mentally and physically abusive relationship. The team at Lavished empowered Kendra. Supporting her emotionally and physically, Lavished helped her transition out of the sex industry. Kendra is now happily married with a ten-year-old son.
Read Kendra’s story and more survival stories here.