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Erica Greve Unlikely Heroes Rescue Stories

At Unlikely Heroes our vision and mission are global. Our Heroes are on the front lines every day working to rescue, restore and rehabilitate child victims out of slavery. Since 2011, we have rescued hundreds of children and their journey to freedom starts in one of our 5 restoration homes located around the world.
Our experienced Unlikely Heroes teams are on the ground in the United States, Mexico, Thailand and the Philippines, providing the very best in restorative care, safe housing, education, life skills, medical care, counseling, stability and love to every single child we care for.

Our Heroic Friends

Over the years, we’ve worked closely with many news agencies and celebrities around the world to help bring more girls out of human trafficking. We’ve hosted world fundraising events, media opportunities, and experiences that have a lasting impact on the world.

Erica Greve Unlikely Heroes

Letter From Our FounderDear Friends, your generosity has given us the strength and resources to remain committed to the difficult, and often dangerous, work ahead.

Your ongoing support is vital, and although our work begins with a single child, our impact goes far beyond that. Together, we are transforming lives, impacting communities and changing the world one child, one life at a time.


Erica Greve Unlikely Heroes

Erica Greve, CEO & Founder of Unlikely Heroes

More About Erica Greve

Goldie’s House Is Now Open & Almost Full!

Our 8-bed restoration home in Dallas, Texas has already become an oasis of hope and healing to children rescued from a life of slavery. Thanks to your incredible support, the girls in our home are now safe, happy and thriving!

She is Free!

After years of being forced to sell her body as a child slave, she is now free and in the safety of our Unlikely Heroes home! She was very quiet and terrified of being alone when she first entered our home, but now she is meeting with our team psychologist to help her cope with her trauma and fears. She said that she is so grateful to be safe and to no longer be alone. She is on the slow and difficult road to recovery, but she couldn’t be happier to have the support and love of our Unlikely Heroes team at Courage House in Mexico.