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Looking to join up with a growing group of professionals that have a heart for child survivors?

The BFH Champion Junior Board is an all-volunteer board comprised of enthusiastic professionals dedicated to extending our mission across Alabama through community fundraising and advocacy.

Joining this dedicated group of mission-driven volunteers means committing to Blanket Fort Hope’s core values.


We believe an active faith in Jesus Christ is the key to seeing this mission fulfilled. We’re called to bear the fruits of good works and we strive to live like we are on mission.


We believe in adapting to fit the needs of our communities and clients.


We believe that God-given love towards our children, our partners, and our communities will inspire impactful change to restore survivors.


We believe in making decisions our clients, communities, and stakeholders would approve of in the spirit of honesty and integrity.


We conduct ourselves with zeal, compassion, and courage in overcoming risk with a solution-driven motivation.

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250 Commerce Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124, US

Mission Statement

To restore hope in the lives of child trafficking survivors through access to essential services, compassionate care, and a loving Christian witness.


There are over 10,000 victims of human trafficking in Alabama every year. Of those, an estimated 5,700 are children who will be placed into non-therapeutic care unable to tend to their needs. As a result, more than 80% return to a life of victimization.

Our first mission is to provide essential services to child survivors though access to housing and programs designed to respond to their unique trauma. That is why in 2021 we will be purchasing 73 acres in Columbiana, Alabama to build our state's only Restoration Home. Here, these children will receive the therapeutic services that will allow them to be restored to a life of hope.

Our second objective is to equip communities and foster families to compassionately respond to these survivors and influence identification rates across the board. Since survivor's are under identified to the tune of 85% or more, it is necessary for our training to get into the hands of healthcare professionals, foster care families, transportation professionals, legal professionals, and anyone else who may come into contact with a survivor over the course of their life.

Our third objective is to maintain a positive, loving Christian witness that encourages compassion towards survivors, social workers, and everyone in our community. We affirm that it is the love of Christ and demonstration of the gospel that will bring hope back into the lives of these children and fill the hearts of those who must endure the hardships of caring for these victims.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Board Development


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Birmingham, AL 35242



  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 21
  • Must commit to 1 meeting a month, plus additional service opportunities throughout the year. See application for more details.
  • A professional attitude, missional focus, and driven to bring more people to the cause of serving child sex trafficking survivors.

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