Stella's Voice has for several decades offered shelter and support in a loving Christian environment for orphans in Moldova, the poorest country in Eastern Europe. Orphans in Moldova are routinely turned out of state-run orphanages at age sixteen; the heavy stigmatization they face in society makes them vulnerable to predators involved in human trafficking. Stella's Voice hopes to raise awareness of these human trafficking victims while offering a home to orphans who otherwise may have no better options.
To learn about the history and current activities of Stella's Voice, please visit the organization's website at http://www.stellasvoice.org or call (334) 288-1188. The website contains a page through which donors can send money; t-shirts and other merchandise are also available for purchase.
About Stella's Voice
An outreach of Philip Cameron Ministries, Stella's Voice has for over 20 years been involved with a variety of anti-human trafficking activities in the former Communist nation Moldova, the poorest country in Eastern Europe. The outreach runs Stella's House, a home for orphaned girls, and Simon's House, a home for orphaned boys; it also maintains the Providence House ministry and Speranta Church, the latter founded by the residents of Stella's House.