Celebrating 17 Years
On Eagles Wings (OEW) was founded in 2007 in Asheville, NC, with a mission to prevent child sex trafficking and restore and empower young survivors. OEW accomplishes it mission through Youth4Abolition®, OEW Hope House® and Fields of Hope®.
Learn more about each of our award-winning programs here.
OEW has helped educate the public about human trafficking through various radio, television, and print media. OEW received national recognition in Christianity Today magazine and a segment on CBN’s 700 Club. Our founder was invited to speak before members of Congress in Washington D.C., at a caucus briefing on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. She has also been the recipient of several awards including the Good Samaritan Award by the Trafficking in America Task Force and the FBI’s Director Community Leadership Award.
Recent Youth4Abolition® awards include the Wells Fargo Flash Philanthropy grants competition and accolades from members of the US and NC House of Representatives.
2022 Annual Report
The OEW vision is to offer female survivors of sex trafficking opportunities to move beyond the pains of their past, renew their strength, and begin to soar with new hope for their future.
We are committed to operating with a standard of excellence.
We are committed to survivor safety and security, allowing survivors to achieve their goals without fear.
We do not believe in an institutional type setting; we strive for a family environment built on trusting relationships developed over time.
We strongly believe that survivors have a voice and strive to empower them to make healthy choices.
OUR SURVIVOR COMMITMENT
We offer specialized programs that understand commercial sexual exploitation and model a holistic, trauma informed approach.
Although we are a faith based program, we do not discriminate or force survivors to share in our beliefs.
Awards & Press
1st OEW Hope House® launched.
The OEW Founder was invited to speak at a Congressional Briefing on the topic of shelter work for domestic victims of sex trafficking.
The OEW Founder was presented the Good Samaritan Award by the Trafficking in America Task Force.
The OEW Founder was accepted to join the NC Human Trafficking Commission through the Governor's office.
The OEW Hope House® for minors was Voted Best Nonprofit of 2013 by My Carolina Town Magazine.
Fields of Hope® was created and launched.
The OEW Founder was invited to be a U.S. Speaker on the issue of Human Trafficking from the U.S. Dept. of State International Information Programs.
The OEW Founder was invited to serve on Shared Hope International's/EPCAT USA National Colloquium: A gathering of experts and practitioners of restorative shelter and services across the nation to inventory and discuss the varying responses to sex trafficking victims to identify more and better options.
The OEW Founder was awarded FBI's Director Community Leadership Award.
The OEW Hope House® staff was recognized by the Western NC Crime Victims Coalition for providing outstanding services to victims of crime.
The OEW Hope House® becomes nationally accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
Youth4Abolition® wins Wells Fargo Flash Philanthropy competition and cash award.
Y4A Student wins C-SPAN national award.
Youth4Abolition® receives US Congress recognition and ONE MECK award.
OEW Hope House® pilots model for mother/baby home.
OEW Hope House® develops model for youth age 17-24, focus on aging out of foster care to open in 2020.
Youth4Abolition® high school student leaders featured on Shared Hope International technology panel/training and in national PSA development.
OEW Hope House® opens new model for girls ages 18-24.
Y4A student leaders develop new campaigns - REAL MEN PROTECT & DON'T GET PLAYED for 2022 launch.
Celebrating 15 year anniversary!
But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.
On Eagles Wings (OEW) works to prevent children and youth from falling victim to sex trafficking, offer assistance to those still trapped, and restore survivors by offering hope, healing, and a brighter future.