"Some of the first responders to natural disasters are human traffickers" – Susan Mathews, co-founder of
Love Without Reason.
The vision of Love Without Reason is to fight human trafficking, prevent it, and end it before it
The aftermath of natural disasters intensify vulnerabilities that are already present in a community.
When disaster strikes, there is the risk of parents being separated from children. The elderly are left
alone. There is an opportunity for the vulnerable to be preyed on by evil predators and sold as slaves
into bonded labor, beggary, or other trafficking networks.
Love Without Reason began disaster relief efforts during the heavy floods in the state of Kerala, India,
with partnerships of teams on the ground distributing clean water and food. We are honored to now serve
with local organizations to help the hungry.
In India and Africa, our patients and Project Butterfly participants have been unable to cultivate their
farmlands due to lockdowns and loss of jobs and income. Their families were starving. In response, the
covid disaster relief food hampers feed a family for up to three weeks and will continue in partnership
with CNI, YWAM, and the Indian Women's Association of Zimbabwe.