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Jasmine Grace founded BOH as a way to reach out to vulnerable women in a practical way. Women who are living on the streets or in programs throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire are given Bags filled with basic items that we take for granted everyday. In collaboration with programs serving women affected by trafficking, prostitution, addiction and homelessness, Bags of Hope is driven by the community. Many different groups of people are donating the items, filling the bags and handing them out! By doing this we let the women know there is a better way, they are treasured, loved by Jesus, and that we are here to help.

Bags Filled

Items Per Bag

Books Donated

Our goal is to bring awareness. We do this by speaking at events and providing 8-10 week Recovery Support Groups to empower women and help them “self-identify”. Once they know they are no longer a victims – but a survivor, the healing can begin. Then we come alongside and mentor/support them as they journey through.

What many do not know is that homeless and or addicted women have not just made poor decisions but often times are victims of unforeseen circumstances. Many have been traumatized, victimized and suffer from untreated mental illness and substance abuse.

There are resource cards in every Bag to let them know, there is another way. And that they can have Hope because, if Jasmine can make it off the streets and find a New Life – so can they.

Needs For Each Bag

Women's Socks

Tampons & Pads

Deoderant

Tooth Paste & Brush

12 oz Shampoo & Conditioner

Bag of Trail Mix

Chapstick

Nail Polish

Package of Baby Wipes

Hair Brush & Elastics

Winter Hat, Gloves & Scarf

Bar of Soap

$5 Dunkin Donut Gift Cards

Notes of Encouragement

Get Involved

As the saying goes.. “Many hands make light work.” This is true because of the generosity within the community, schools, churches and other groups – As they have donated and filled over 4,000 bags!

Bags of Hope is fiscally sponsored by the Emmanuel Gospel Center.

Need Help?

Call 1-888-373-7888
or text BeFree (233733)

National Human Trafficking Hotline