Safe house would help former sex industry workers

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A nonprofit that helps former sex industry workers is working to open a safe home and restoration program in West Michigan, hoping to help women heal and start over.

“These are our daughters, these are our sisters. As a community, I feel like it’s our responsibility to step in and actually do something,” said Anny Donewald, the founder of Eve’s Angels.

Getting out of the sex industry is no easy transition — Donewald understands that because she made it. So she and a spiritual group are working to raise the money for a building that will not only be a safe haven for former sex industry workers, but also a place for them to launch a new life.

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