The CRC was founded in 2004 and in 2010 recognized an intersection between justice involved women and human trafficking. Responding to the needs of the community CRC shifted its focus launching the Human and Sex Trafficking Support Initiative (HSTSI). HSTSI provides a network of support for human trafficking survivors and provides collaboration with other service providers.
The CRC is a faith-based, community service, non-profit organization that provides ancillary support for men and women rebuilding their lives after trauma with an emphasis on formerly incarcerated women and female survivors of human trafficking.
OUR FUNDING COMMUNITY
New Testament Church of Milwaukee
Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding service to Crime Victims, National Crime Victims Week April 2014, United States Dept of Justice – South Eastern Wisconsin
50 Heroes of Fortune 500
Citizens Distinguish Service Award, Sheboygan Police Department 2016
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, 83rd Central Regional Conference, Target V – Global Impact 2017
The Convergence Resource Center would like to Thank You for your generous donation. Your kindness will help us to continue to help women, rebuild families and strengthen communities.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Support our work by making your one-time or reoccurring donation online.
The Convergence Resource Center has a variety of volunteer positions available with flexible hours.
Volunteering your time, providing a financial or in-kind donations, and referrals are all ways you can support The Convergence Resource Center.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
We have three different programs that we are receiving donations for. Feel free to choose which program you would like to support.
General donations to be applied to CRC general operating fund.
HEMAD Project human trafficking educators working with men and boys to stand against the demand.
HSTSI (Human and Sex Trafficking Support Initiative) building a network of support for victims surviving human trafficking.
Thank You to our CRC Service Partners