our history

After witnessing the pain and atrocities committed on children around the world and even right here in our own back yards, in every city, and state in America we had to do something. People are supposed to care about each other. Slavery is supposed to be illegal. A child should NOT be called a prostitute, but a rape victim; and a person who pays a child prostitute should not be called a "John" but a rapist and child molester. The more local Orange County child victims I met I knew I had to do something! It hurt too much for me to sit back and do nothing.

Yes, most children are “at-risk” and yes, the problem of human trafficking is astronomical.
​But, If we are able to
  Rescue One…
​All our effort is worth it!

You could be the reason one more child is saved. 

Please help us Rescue One!


Rescue One Foundation enjoys broad local and global support.

Find out what drives us to do what we do.

Mission + Vision

Need help now? Dial 911
National Human Trafficking Resource Center
United States:1 (888) 373-7888 Text: 233733

Rescue One Foundation: (323) 5 HELP ME / (323) 543-5763


Learn more about current and planned programs.

​Rescue One has been serving both locally and globally since 2007 and became a registered 501c3 Non-Profit Charity in 2014. The founders were both "At-Risk" youth and are survivors of sexual abuse. The founding members have served in Mexico, Jamaica, Africa, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. They serve locally in Southern California in Juvenile Hall, with local church "at-risk " youth and human trafficking ministries, and are members of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. Rescue One also serves as victim advocates for local, county, and state law enforcement agencies, and are certified community/ gang intervention specialists.



"I never thought an average person like me could make a difference until it hurt too much not to."