Love Found Me
The Love Found Me campaign
A partnership to make a difference for the least of these
Each year as many as 15,000 Nepali girls are sold into India’s sex trade. This is why in 2004 Taylor graduate John Molineux ’02 began Tiny Hands International, an organization working to relieve the world’s greatest injustices including human trafficking. By building border crossing stations, Tiny Hands employees are able to intercept young Nepali women from being deceived, kidnapped, raped and enslaved in India, under the false hope of work, income and a better life for their families.
A campaign partnership called Love Found Me was created between three organizations sharing a similar passion for combating sex trade. Taylor University, VOTA Band, and Tiny Hands International are working together to raise enough awareness and financial support to help rescue over 5,000 Nepali girls from being trafficked into India. The initiative will directly support and staff five border crossing stations over a five-year span of time.
By downloading VOTA’s new album, Love Found Me, you will be entered to win a trip to Nepal to meet with John Molineux and the other individuals behind the efforts of Tiny Hands International. Increase your chances of going to Nepal by donating to the cause and receive additional music downloads for your friends and family! Visit lovefoundme.org to learn more.
How Can You Support the Mission?
Show your support by downloading VOTA’s latest album, Love Found Me, for free at lovefoundme.org! Donate any amount when downloading the album and you will be entered for a chance to win a trip to Nepal to work on border stations with Tiny Hands, sponsored by Taylor University.
Do you or someone you know share the conviction sex trafficking is one of our world’s greatest injustices? Tell them about the lovefoundme.org campaign and share the album download with them to support the effort.
Why is Taylor University Involved?
If you visit Taylor’s campus, you’ll experience a Christ-centered, discipleship community committed to serving others. At our core, community is based on the conviction you are created in the image of God, and through that creation, you have infinite value. Sex trafficking is a direct attack on this God image placed inside each of us. Taylor’s mission is Christ’s mission; we want to minister Christ’s redemptive love and truth to the world. This is our weapon against injustice, and Taylor is eager to be a partnering with VOTA and Tiny Hands to fight human trafficking through Love Found Me.
Do you have a passion to live your life for Christ and minister his love and truth to others? If so, we invite you—along with your parents, children, other family members, or friends—to visit Taylor and discover how you might become a part of our discipleship community.