Here is what Operation Underground Railroad has been up to on the home front in 2017.


On January 17, O.U.R. Volunteers gathered at the Crossfit O.U.R. gym to organize hundreds of hygiene kits and care packages for our Aftercare program to deliver to survivors. Children’s toys, soccer balls, granola bars, and toiletry items were donated.



 Thanks to doTERRA, The Rock Church, Missio Dei, and the nearly 300 incredible volunteers, we were able to hand out 93 bags of hope, blankets, and Valentine’s Day cards to incredible women from The Road Home shelter in Salt Lake City. The event was held at Caputo’s Market & Deli in downtown with The Rock Church. Many of these women, who have been through so much, came up to our team with tears in their eyes saying, “This has truly been a magical night. Thank you for making us feel valuable and beautiful!”

O.U.R. Aftercare also has plans to support Red Light Outreach which ministers to girls in this very area.



In January 2017, St. George Police Department reached out to O.U.R. for assistance with an investigation targeting numerous massage parlors suspected of using trafficked foreign nationals to provide illegal services to customers. O.U.R. partnered with SGPD providing resources and assistance with translation services for the foreign national victims and witnesses. The successful collaboration showed how SGPD and O.U.R. could set the standard for such public-private partnerships. 

This is a sample of the kind of operation O.U.R. assisted with.

(photos from TheSpectrum.com)

O.U.R. is so grateful for our many supporters inside the state of Utah and throughout the rest of the world who help us further our mission to rescue children from slavery and assist law enforcement in the prosecution of trafficking offenders.


What can YOU Do?



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13 thoughts on “WHAT DOES O.U.R. DO IN UTAH?

  1. I was listening to Team Never Quit podcast in the gym one day and herd what Tim and his associates were doing and his story. I was moved to tears and felt the spirit of the lord prompt me to come here and ask what I can do to help? I live in Australia, what can I do besides pray for the kids and the amazing people involved in rescuing them?

    1. Awesome brother nearly the same story as yours. I heard this story on team never quit. I immediately started contributing and plan on doing so every month.

  2. Is there any organization related to OUR that coordinate and rescue Nepalese people.i want to work and help them.

  3. Hi there,
    I heard one of your people on the Chris Merrel show in Arizona today and I would like to help your efforts online if I can. I have many years of experience on the internet and feel I could help in that aspect. Thanks.

  4. Hi there,I am so touched by what you guys are doing and would like to get involved.
    Who can I contact in South Africa,Cape town?
    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Stay blessed.

  5. I retire from the military after 22 years of service in six months and am looking to join a Jump Team. What is the contact information for the recruiter who assesses individuals for this line of work? Thank you, Chris

  6. I live in Brisbane Australia and want to help with the rescue I am in the security industry and practice in martial arts is there a seminar coming here please let me know.

  7. Military veteran with a lot of overseas experience especially in signals intelligence. I would like to help any way that I can. Thanks

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